A Yes/No List field is a great field to use for a checklist.

1. Field: title of your checklist goes here.

2. Width: decide the width of your field (1 column is half the page, 2 columns the checklist will span the entire page)

3. Group: select a field group if required. 

4, Label for "Yes" and Label for "No" : you can change the titles to reflect the values you are looking for (for example, Yes="Pass", No ="Fail"

5. Value column order: order in which the values will display

6. Value column format: all the user to choose between yes and no buttons on the checklist or only a single check box to indicate the yes value

7. Show "n/a" column and if "show", Label for "n/a": if you require an n/a column, you will select Show; Hide keeps the n/a column hidden. If you select Show,  you have the ability then to retitle n/a to something different.  

8. Text column position: determine where the text of the options will appear - before the yes/no values or in between them. 

9.  Show "Comments" column and if "show"; Label for "Comments": if you require an text field to capture comments or any other information, you can choose to show the "Comments" column and then retitle the column to something different.  "Comments Required": you have options to determine if a Comment or text is required based on the value selected, both values or not at all. 

10. Height: option to collapse the checklist and have a scroll bar or show full length. 

+Add Options: to add the questions or the items to your checklist

+Add Labels: to categorize or create headers in your list

1. Example of a Label

2. Example of Options

How it looks to your front end user: