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Philip_Marsh
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Passing HubDB Multi-selection select options into Module Field Choice option

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Hi,

 

I'm not sure if this is possible. I have a HubDB set up that has a Multi-select Field Column (category). 

 

My idea is to build a module I can add to individual pages. In this module, I have a choice field that has the same options as what's in the HubDB Multi-select column. When I make a selection, the module will only populate with the selected category.

 

Is there a way for the Choice option in Design Tool to automatically populate with the available Select Options of the Multi-select column in the HubDB?

 

Or would I need to manually populate this myself?

 

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amwilie
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Passing HubDB Multi-selection select options into Module Field Choice option

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@Philip_Marsh No, there is not a way to dynamically fill in a custom module field nor a default field for pulling in HubDB columns. You would need to populate the select options manually or use just a text field for the user to type in the item they want.

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EPloehn
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Passing HubDB Multi-selection select options into Module Field Choice option

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How did you get a multi select field?  I'm trying to do that.

 

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Philip_Marsh
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In the HuDB, create a new column, column type, and the 6th option in the list is Multi-select

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EPloehn
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I only see single select or multiple check boxes.

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EPloehn
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I don't see that option. I only see dropdown select or multiple check boxes

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Philip_Marsh
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Are you able to post a link to a screenshot of what you're seeing?

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Philip_Marsh
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That's not showing for me. Do you have a direct link to the image?

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EPloehn
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No, I'm not sure how to provide that; it won't let me attach

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Philip_Marsh
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What page are you on? It doesn't look like HubDB or Design Manager. Are you able to screenshot the entire page?

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EPloehn
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It won't let me show entire page as the pop up overrides.
This is when I go into Contacts --> Actions button --> Edit properties --> Create property - trying to create a new field that allows for a dropdown with multi-select capabilities.

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Philip_Marsh
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I see. I've not got much experience in that area, sorry. I have more experience in the HudDB and Design Manager area of Hubspot, but I don't think you can create custom field types for contacts. You might be best trying to create a post under the CRM and Sales Hub community. 

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Philip_Marsh
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You could upload it to your website host, and get a direct link from there?

Alt, you could try hosting it here

https://imgbb.com/

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amwilie
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Passing HubDB Multi-selection select options into Module Field Choice option

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@Philip_Marsh No, there is not a way to dynamically fill in a custom module field nor a default field for pulling in HubDB columns. You would need to populate the select options manually or use just a text field for the user to type in the item they want.

If this answer solved your question, please mark it as the solution.

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Philip_Marsh
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Passing HubDB Multi-selection select options into Module Field Choice option

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Thank you. I didn't think there would be an option for that but worth the ask none the less

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Philip_Marsh
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Ultimately what I'm trying to do is whatever I select in the drop-down on the module is what is pulled through in the page. 

Maybe something along the lines of:

{% for row in hubdb_table_rows(module.faq_table, '&orderBy=order') %}
{% if row.category_select.id == module.choice_field %} 
			
      <div class="shadow">
        <div class="acc-btn" data="img{{loop.index}}">
          <h3 {% if loop.index == 1 %} class="selected" {% endif %}><span>{{ row.title }}</span>
            <img class="plus" src="https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/4351639/2019/assets-may-2019/plus-bold.svg" alt="plus symbol">
            <img class="minus" src="https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/4351639/2019/assets-may-2019/minus-bold.svg" alt="minus symbol">
          </h3>
        </div>
        <div class="acc-content {% if loop.index == 1 %} open {% endif %}">
          <div class="acc-content-inner">
            {{ row.content }}
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
			{% endif %}
      {% endfor %}

 

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