Use fields to display data pilled from a user profile, and then to write that data (or a modified version of the data) back to that same user profile.
Text input field
Designed for entering a single line of text.
Text field for entering email addresses.
Text field where the characters are “masked” to help guard against things like someone glancing over your shoulder and seeing what you’ve entered.
Typically used with yes/no or true/false values.
Radio buttons field
Enable users to select one (and only one) value from a set of options.
Select menu field
Enables users to select a single value from a dropdown list.
Text area field.
Multiline text control that can contain an essentially unlimited number of characters.
Date select field
Enables users to point and click in order to select a date.
Text field that allows users to see an assigned value but doesn't let those users change that value.
Field that is neither visible to nor editable by the end user. Hidden fields are typically used to hold data that must be submitted when the form is submitted, but data that shouldn't be accessible to the user.
Enables you to associate a single field with multiple schema attributes.
Translatable string field
Enables you to create string elements that can serve as the text for items such as labels, tips, and placeholders.
Common field attributes
Attributes shared by all Identity Cloud fields.
Type-specific field attributes
Attributes associated with some, but not all, Identity Cloud field types.
Advanced field options
Advanced options available when creating or modifying fields in Registration Builder.
Validations that can be applied to Identity Cloud fields to help ensure that valid data has been entered into the field.
Again, there are some exceptions to this rule. And, again, we won't worry about those exceptions right now.
Updated about 1 year ago