Lets the user select from a persistently visible list of options
Code component(s): RadioGroup, CheckboxGroup
Choice lets users easily see all the items available to them without any interaction, so prefer it over Select Box (which you should use when vertical space is limited).
Choose between Single-select (ie, using Radios) or Multi-select (ie, using Checkboxes)
Choices typically start with nothing selected. For Single-select variants, once the user selects an item an item must always be selected. In contrast, users are able to deselect all items in the Multi-select variant.
In some circumstances you may want to temporarily prevent the user from interacting with this component, yet still show them that they may interact with this component when it’s in a different state
Specify if/how this component resizes horizontally
There are two types of Choice Items (each of which can be configured with a Label and optional Description): Single-select Item and Multi-select Item
Wrap this component in a Field so that it has a persistent label (especially for screen readers) and can show validation error messages
Keep the number of options to a minimum—if you require more than 5 options consider using Select Box instead