Define a Boolean property
A Boolean property allows you to specify default values of True, False, and None. For example, you might create a Boolean property named Emergency with a default value of False, which you then add to a custom section on a communication plan form. This allows the message sender to indicate whether this situation is an emergency when initiating the form.
Here's how this example property will appear to the message sender:
To define the property, specify the following details and then click Create Property or Save Changes:
Name of the property displayed in email, text, and push messages.
Initial value for the setting (None, True, or False). This is the value first presented to the message sender viewing the form.
Optional descriptive text that appears beside this property in the list on the Properties tab. You can use this to explain anything about the property that other communication plan designers might find useful - it isn't shown to message senders or recipients.
Text that appears on the form below the setting that's intended to help the message sender understand the intention of the property setting. Although this value is not mandatory, it should be used when the setting is potentially complex, or requires specific explanation to clarify its meaning in the context of the form.