Selection and input
Choose or enter information using elements like checkboxes, text fields, and more.
The autocomplete component is an input field that provides selectable suggestions as a merchant types into it. It allows merchants to quickly search through and select from large collections of options. It's a convenience wrapper around the `Combobox` and `Listbox` components with minor UI differences.
Checkboxes are most commonly used to give merchants a way to make a range of selections (zero, one, or multiple). They may also be used as a way to have merchants indicate they agree to specific terms and services.
A choice list lets you create a list of grouped radio buttons or checkboxes. Use this component if you need to group together a related list of interactive choices.
The color picker is used to let merchants select a color visually. For example, merchants use the color picker to customize the accent color of the email templates for their shop.
Combobox is an accessible autocomplete input that enables merchants to filter a list of options and select one or more values.
Contextual save bar
The contextual save bar tells merchants their options once they have made changes to a form on the page. This component is also shown while creating a new object like a product or customer. Merchants can use this component to save or discard their work.
Date pickers let merchants choose dates from a visual calendar that’s consistently applied wherever dates need to be selected across Shopify.
The drop zone component lets users upload files by dragging and dropping the files into an area on a page, or activating a button.
Filters is a composite component that filters the items of a list or table.
A wrapper component that handles the submission of forms.
Use index filters to allow merchants to filter, search, and sort their index table data and create unique saved views from the results.
Inline errors are brief, in-context messages that tell merchants something went wrong with a single or group of inputs in a form. Use inline errors to help merchants understand why a form input may not be valid and how to fix it.
Use radio buttons to present each item in a list of options where merchants must make a single selection.
A range slider is an input field that merchants can use to select a numeric value within a given range (minimum and maximum values).
Select lets merchants choose one option from an options menu. Consider select when you have 4 or more options, to avoid cluttering the interface.
Tags represent a set of interactive, merchant-supplied keywords that help label, organize, and categorize objects. Tags can be added or removed from an object by merchants.
A text field is an input field that merchants can type into. It has a range of options and supports several text formats including numbers.