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TwoOptions property with type Input just let the possibility to bind to a boolean attribute

I added a property of type TwoOptions with a usage "input" but it renders only the possibility to bound to a boolean attribute. 

I would have expected to see the possibility to select a Yes/No radio button or tick a checkbox

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Hi Tanguy,

At this time, the form editor experience is limited and only allows TwoOptions parameters to recieve the value of a field.

If you'd like to see this functionality expanded to allow for customizer set values, please submit your suggestion as a new ask via aka.ms/PCFIdeas

Thanks,

-John

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Hi Tanguy,

At this time, the form editor experience is limited and only allows TwoOptions parameters to recieve the value of a field.

If you'd like to see this functionality expanded to allow for customizer set values, please submit your suggestion as a new ask via aka.ms/PCFIdeas

Thanks,

-John

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I just did : link

But it is quite weird that you did not implemented this for all primitive types... it does not seem so complicated to display a radion button list with True/False.

TwoOptions fields is just the first type that comes to my mind when thinking about configuration

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