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🟩 Input

Link to the example:

The 🟩 Input block allows the user to enter a sequence of characters typed on the keyboard, which will then define the value of a variable. It is suitable for feed experiments.

Once the text has been typed in the box provided, the user must press Enter to validate the entry.

You can define in the drop-down menu type, the type of data expected. You can choose between :
- text: Text
- password: obfuscated text for the user
- number: A number
- email : An email address

The placeholder field allows you to display a default text in the box.
For the example, we type "Postal Code" in this field.

"Postal code" is then displayed in the box when the module is played.

Now you know how to use the 🟩 Input block.

Updated on: 14/06/2021

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