Understand rich text field
The Rich Text field enables your users to enter rich-text, i.e., text that's in the Rich Text Format (RTF).
The rich text field can accept an input that takes up to 64 Kilobytes (KB) of space.
Support for keyboard shortcuts
When your users access the rich text field from a web browser and enter data, they can format the entered text using the key combinations (or keyboard shortcuts) that are commonly supported in most Text Editors. For example, they can embolden text using Ctrl+B in Windows and Command+B in Mac. Below is how a rich text field looks on a form accessed from a web browser:
- Set toolbar options: You can define what toolbars your users will have access to, when they access the rich text field
- Customize the field name and field link name of this field
- Make it mandatory for your users to enter an input in this field
- Mark it as a field that Contains personal data
- Show this field only to the app’s admin (and hide it from other users)
- Change field type
- Set the field size
- Set the field height
- Describe this field using a tooltip or a help text