# Checklist

Checklists are great if users need to be able to choose multiple options from a predetermined list. Kickstand UI's checklist leverages the existing <option> element to provide the checklist options and just like the option element you can pre-select options using the select attribute as well as specify alternate values with the value attribute.

<ks-form-field type="checklist" label="Choose your next office mates">
    <option selected>michael.scott@dundermifflin.com</option>
    <option disabled>jim.halpert@dundermifflin.com</option>

# Value

You can also specify a value if you would like the selected values to be different from the display text.

<ks-form-field type="checklist" label="Choose your next office mates">
    <option value="michael.scott@dundermifflin.com" selected>Michael Scott</option>
    <option value="dwight.schrutte@dundermifflin.com">Dwight Schrutte</option>
    <option value="pam.beasley@dundermifflin.com">Pam Beasley</option>
    <option value="jim.halpert@dundermifflin.com">Jim Halpert</option>
    <option value="Meredith.palmer@dundermifflin.com">Meredith Palmer</option>

# Data Binding

The value returned from a checklist form field is an array of the values that have been selected.

    value: ["michael.scott@dundermifflin.com", "pam.beasley@dundermifflin.com"],
    isValid: true,
    validity: {
        badInput: false
        customError: false
        patternMismatch: false
        rangeOverflow: false
        rangeUnderflow: false
        stepMismatch: false
        tooLong: false
        tooShort: false
        typeMismatch: false
        valid: true
        valueMissing: false

# Usage

For more information on how to use the form field component and it's available configurations, check out the documentation.