Drop-Down Usability: When You Should (and Shouldn’t) Use Them (2022)

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Deciding when to use a drop-down — or when to use another interface type, such as a radio button interface or open text field — for a specific input can be tricky.

In e-commerce, most users will encounter drop-down menu inputs while navigating the checkout flow, for a wide variety of inputs.

However, our large-scale usability testing reveals that using drop-down menus for the “wrong” input types can lead to slower checkout completion times, field validation errors, and unnecessary user attention being devoted to optional fields, all of which increase the likelihood of checkout abandonments.

The issues caused by drop-downs being used for the “wrong” inputs were observed during our very first rounds of checkout usability testing dating back to 2010. Since then we’ve reconfirmed this user behavior during all subsequent checkout usability testing we’ve performed, including our most recent usability study.

In this article, we’ll discuss the test findings from our Cart & Checkout testing related to deciding when to use drop-downs, including:

  • Why drop-downs should be avoided when there are too-many or too-few options
  • Why (and when) opting for text fields or radio button interfaces is often a better choice (e.g., “Country” and “Title” selection)
  • What to use instead of a drop-down for three required checkout inputs that are often implemented as drop-downs (the “State”, “Shipping Method”, and “Credit Card Type” inputs)

Note: though specific numbers are used to illustrate “too many” and “too few” options in a drop-down, it’s important not to get hung up on what exact number of options in a drop-down should trigger using an alternative input interface. The number of options used in this article are for general guidance only — each site and input type has an individual context that should be taken into consideration. Furthermore, all these findings apply for e-commerce checkout flows; other contexts, like survey forms and application software, may deviate.

In General, Avoid Drop-Downs When There Are More Than 10 or Fewer Than 5 Options

Drop-downs quickly become difficult for users when they are presented with an overwhelming number of options to choose from.

Take, for instance, a commonly included input in checkout forms, the “Country Selection” drop-down. 47% of sites in our benchmark include a country-selector drop-down in their checkout.

Testing revealed 3 main issues caused by massive drop-down inputs such as the “Country Selection” drop-down:

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1) Lack of Overview. Seeing more than 20 uncategorized options can be bewildering and intimidating, and make it difficult for users to find the input they’re looking for. Long country drop-downs (seen here at Urban Outfitters), which often include over two hundred options, can be very difficult for users to get an overview of.

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2) Scrolling Issues. Multiple problems are related to scrolling large drop-downs, seen here at . If the mouse cursor is outside of the drop-down, users will most likely scroll down the page instead of the drop-down, hiding the drop-down options from the screen. In some browsers, however, the drop-down will actually scroll as long as it has focus, likely leaving users with erroneous data.

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3) Inconsistent UI. The UI of drop-downs differs from browser to browser and OS to OS, and the drop-down will not only look different, but will also work differently. For example, on a Mac, Safari and Chrome force users to hover on an arrow to scroll up and down, whereas Firefox provides a traditional scrollbar. Some sites also use custom-designed drop-down UIs, which are also frequently observed to cause issues. Here, American Eagle Outfitters offers a custom state drop-down. Note how the length of the drop-down interface is suboptimal as it’s too short compared to the available space.

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At Build.com, some drop-downs contain only a few options — an inefficient way to present these inputs to users.

On the other hand, if there’s just a handful of options for a particular input, a drop-down will similarly nearly always be a poor interface choice because the space savings are small compared to the amount of friction created by not providing users with sufficient information scent — users must click the drop-down to see the 1–4 values it contains.

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At Cabela’s, 39% of users opened the drop-down and then closed it again right after having seen the options it contained, without selecting an input.

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Furthermore, when the input is optional, 55% of users across our testing were observed to open a drop-down, just to see what it contained, and then immediately close it again without changing the input. This occurred even when the drop-downs were clearly marked as being optional.

Therefore, drop-downs with many options, and drop-downs with only a handful, are both suboptimal interface choices, as they are intimidating and hard to navigate, or introduce unnecessary friction into the checkout process by hiding information that could simply have been exposed.

What to Use Instead: Text Fields and Radio Button Interfaces

If, for a particular input, there are many more than 10 options, but the input doesn’t have to be validated, an open text form field will often be simpler than a drop-down, as users don’t have to read and understand all options before making a choice.

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A “Full Name” text field, seen here at Wayfair, eliminates the need for “Title”, “Middle Name”, and “Suffix” drop-downs.

For example, a “Full Name” field is a very flexible way of supporting optional “Title” and “Suffix” fields (inputs often wrongly displayed in a drop-down). Similarly, an optional text field for delivery instructions will often be simpler than an optional drop-down.

For some fields, such as the “Country Selection” field, where the input often does have to be validated, we observe that a well-performing alternative to a drop-down is an autocomplete field.

This addresses the issues of drop-down selectors by letting the user begin to type their country themselves. As they begin typing, the possible matches are suggested, which simplifies the task of locating and selecting a value, and is observed to greatly speed up the country-selection process altogether.

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A country autocomplete solves the issue of having a massive drop-down that’s difficult to use, while it can also support typos and sequencing, synonyms, common names, local spellings, and abbreviations.

(For those who are interested in exploring autocomplete country selectors further, we’ve developed an open source jQuery plugin that turns a standard drop-down into an advanced auto-complete field. To try a demo or get the code see Redesigning the Country Selector.)

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At Etsy, a radio button interface is used when there are only three possible responses.

For drop-downs with few options, a radio button interface will often be a better choice, as it doesn’t require users to open it just to scan how many options they have and to see what each of those options are.

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A note on checkboxes: checkboxes are good when users have to choose between opting in or opting out (a single yes/no option), and when the majority of users should pay close attention to this choice. Common examples include newsletter opt-in, up-sell opt-ins (insurance, subscriptions, etc.), and for choosing “shipping address = billing address”. Thus, it’s often better to go with open text form fields or radio buttons when addressing the issue of drop-downs with too-many or too-few options.

How to Handle Three Specific Checkout Fields Often Implemented as Drop-Downs

There are three checkout inputs (not including “Country” or “Title”, discussed above) that our benchmark reveals are often implemented as drop-downs in the checkout, when there is in fact a better alternative.

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“Okay, it already recognized this is in Dallas. Great”, one user during testing said, happily surprised when the state and city were autodetected based on the typed ZIP code. Other users had similar remarks: “ZIP…it found itself…that is very nice” and “It found ‘Dallas, Texas’. It appeared after I typed the ZIP code. That’s okay. That’s quite okay”.

Shipping Address, “State” Field. The importance of “State” field drop-downs can be reduced by implementing zip code autodetection, which will allow the vast majority of users to skip interacting with the “State” field altogether. Yet, we’ve found that only 33% of sites have ZIP code autodetection for “State” and other similar region inputs.

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At Lowe’s, a drop-down interface for shipping method selection risks being overlooked entirely by users.

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On the other hand, Zalando uses a radio button interface, making it much easier for users to find and quickly assess their options.

Shipping Method Selection. During testing, drop-downs for shipping selectors were often overlooked entirely, not perceived as important, suffered from a lack information scent in the collapsed state, and rarely had sufficient information hierarchy. Instead, a radio button design is a better choice. (Happily, only 4% of e-commerce sites use a drop-down for the shipping method selection.)

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At Northern Tool, users are asked to select their card type from a drop-down.

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At , however, the user’s card type is autodetected from the card number IIN range.

Payment, “Card Type” Field. Based on the first digits of the credit card number, it’s possible to determine the card type, hence it’s needless friction to ask users to select their card type themselves. Instead, the card type should be autodetected from the IIN range. Yet, our benchmark reveals that 23% of sites use a “Card Type” drop-down.

Note: one type of drop-down input where it’s acceptable (even preferable) to use a drop-down, even though there are many more than 10 options, are numerical inputs (e.g., expiration date fields and product quantity fields). In testing we observe users interacting with these drop-down inputs don’t have the same usability issues as users interacting with text-based drop-down inputs.

Deciding Whether a Drop-Down Is the Appropriate Choice for an Input

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At Amazon, a “Reasons for Return” drop-down contains 12 options. While it has slightly more options than is generally best for drop-down menus, in this instance the need for an input in a structured format may outweigh the benefits provided by an open text field (which can include more accurate and comprehensive information from users).

Our testing reveals that, in general, opting for an open text field or radio button interface instead of drop-downs with many or few options (respectively) is a better choice.

That’s not to say that drop-downs should never be used in these contexts, especially when there are many options to choose from. If there are many more than 10 options, and the optional input either has to be submitted in a known and structured format for validation and analysis, or where users don’t know their options upfront (hence, can’t type it), a drop-down can be a completely warranted choice.

It’s important to consider the specific site and field context when making a decision on whether to use a drop-down interface. However, it’s safe to say that drop-downs that have many options, or very few, warrant extra scrutiny to determine if it’s really the best interface choice.

In the majority of cases — like inputs for “Title”, “Country”, “State” or “Region”, “Shipping Method Selection”, and “Card Type” — it’s likely that there’s a better alternative to drop-downs with many or few options that will help users move more quickly with less friction through checkout and other processes that require user input (e.g., online return flows).

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FAQs

When should you not use a dropdown? ›

In General, Avoid Drop-Downs When There Are More Than 10 or Fewer Than 5 Options. Drop-downs quickly become difficult for users when they are presented with an overwhelming number of options to choose from. Take, for instance, a commonly included input in checkout forms, the “Country Selection” drop-down.

What is the purpose of dropdown? ›

A drop-down list (abbreviated drop-down, or DDL; also known as a drop-down menu, drop menu, pull-down list, picklist) is a graphical control element, similar to a list box, that allows the user to choose one value from a list. When a drop-down list is inactive, it displays a single value.

What can I use instead of a dropdown? ›

Listboxes expose options right away and support multi-selection while dropdowns require a click to see options and support only single-selection. Share this article: Many UI controls allow users to select options; they include checkboxes, radio buttons, toggle switches, steppers, listboxes, and dropdowns.

How many types of drop-down are there? ›

I also want to clarify that there are two main types of dropdowns: those used for navigation and those used in forms.

Which method is most advisable in case of dropdown? ›

Use the isMultiple method to select multiple commands. isMultiple(): boolean – This method informs whether the Select element supports multiple selection options at the same time or not.

What is a dropdown in forms? ›

Dropdown question allows users to select an answer from a [long] list of options. This is similar to a multiple choice question that allows users to select only one answer from the available choices.

How do I make a dropdown accessible? ›

The screen reader says there is a drop-down menu, and vocalizes the drop-down state (open or closed). Press the Enter key. The menu opens, the first item is selected. This element is automatically vocalized by the screen reader.

What is a dropdown question? ›

Dropdown is a closed-ended question that allows respondents to choose one answer choice from a list of choices presented in a dropdown menu.

How do you write a test case for a dropdown? ›

Verify all values added in the dropdown list or not. Verify that the label text for the dropdown should be as per requirements and aligned or not. Verify on click on the dropdown it should display a list containing values.

How do I select a dropdown value? ›

A dropdown is represented by <select> tag and the options are represented by <option> tag. To select an option with its value we have to use the selectByValue method and pass the value attribute of the option that we want to select as a parameter to that method.

What is the difference between dropdown and select? ›

Select versus Dropdown

Use the select component inside a form where users are selecting from a list of options and submitting data. Use the dropdown component to filter or sort content on a page.

What is the difference between list and dropdown? ›

A standard list box is a box containing a list of multiple items, with multiple items visible. A drop-down list is a list in which the selected item is always visible, and the others are visible on demand by clicking a drop-down button.

How do Dropdowns work? ›

In a computer GUI, a drop-down menu is a menu that offers a list of options. The title of the menu, or the currently-selected item in the list, is always displayed. When the visible item is clicked, other items from the list "drop-down" in to view, and the user can choose from those options.

What is the difference between listbox and Dropdownlist? ›

The following terms are important to understand as you read this article: A standard list box is a box containing a list of multiple items, with multiple items visible. A drop-down list is a list in which the selected item is always visible, and the others are visible on demand by clicking a drop-down button.

What is smart dropdown? ›

Smart. DropDownButton allows you to display any type of content in a Drop-down. Calendar. 2022. Thu, Sep 15.

How do you handle a dynamic dropdown? ›

  1. How To Automate Dynamic Drop Down Using Selenium. First you will have to click into the 'From' text field which will displayed the city drop down lists. ...
  2. Select a city from the 'From' drop down list. ...
  3. Select a city from the 'To' drop down list.

How do you select a value from a dropdown using Action class? ›

To perform any operations on the web application such as double-click, selecting drop-down boxes, etc. the actions class is required.
...
Examples of Action Class in Selenium
  1. Perform Click Action on the Web Element. ...
  2. Perform Mouse Hover Action on the Web Element. ...
  3. Perform Double Click Action on the Web Element.
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How do I select all values from a dropdown in Selenium? ›

We can extract all the options in a dropdown in Selenium with the help of Select class which has the getOptions() method. This retrieves all the options on a Select tag and returns a list of web elements.

What is dropdown field? ›

Dropdown is a closed-ended field type where people can select only one answer from a menu of choices—ideal for presenting a long list of options without cluttering your form.

How do you create a drop-down list in Google forms? ›

In your form, click on the question you want to add a dropdown list to or add a new question by clicking the plus sign in the floating menu on the right. Click the box in the upper right corner of the question field. Then select Dropdown. Now you can add items for your dropdown list by clicking Add option.

Are Dropdowns accessible? ›

Why are Drop Down Menus not accessible? Drop Down Menus, or “Fly-Out Menus” as WCAG refers to them, can be difficult or downright impossible for users with mobility impairments to navigate. Many users with reduced dexterity do not have the ability to use a mouse and rely on keyboard commands to navigate a web page.

What is a fly out on a website? ›

Flyout menus are temporary navigation tools that users reveal when they interact with a button, action, or other control. Flyout menus allow users to access a list of choices or actions.

How do I create a dropdown navigation menu with submenu in HTML? ›

Use any element to open the subnav/dropdown menu, e.g. a <button>, <a> or <p> element. Use a container element (like <div>) to create the subnav menu and add the subnav links inside it. Wrap a <div> element around the button and the <div> to position the subnav menu correctly with CSS.

What is the advantage of a drop-down list compared to a multiple choice questions? ›

Advantages of using dropdown menu question type in surveys

Easy-to-use: A dropdown menu is very easy to use. All you need is to drag and drop to add question type and edit the answer options. Easy-to-answer: Respondents have to just click on an option from the list of answers.

What is the difference between multiple choice and dropdown? ›

Multiple Choice Fields: A question with a group of answers choices that lets the user select one choice only. Dropdown Menus: A question with an answer fields that expands into a list of options that lets the user select one choice.

What is dropdown in Google Docs? ›

Dropdown lists in Google Docs allow you, and anyone using your document, to pick the data they want rather than typing it. This is very handy if you're trying to create a document that's going to be used for a long time, or if you have a broad audience. Dropdown lists make things easier for both ends of the document.

How do you check if the values in the dropdown are in ascending order? ›

How To Check Dropdown Options are Sorted or not
  1. Open browser and navigate to URL.
  2. Create object of Select class and pass dropdown locator.
  3. Using getOptions() method get all dropdown options and store into List.
  4. Using for-each loop fetch all options one by one and get text using getText() method.
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What event is generated when a dropdown values is changed? ›

Server Side Events
EventEvent Description
OnCheckChangeOccurs when CheckBox value is change.
OnValueSelectOccurs when DropDownList Active list changes.

How do I select items from dropdown in Automation Anywhere? ›

Select object cloning and select the window you want to clone. Capture the object to which you want to select from the drop-down. Object cloning intelligence will automatically treat this as Drop down, and an extra option like "select Item by text" will appear in the action list. Select that option.

What is multi select dropdown? ›

Multi select dropdown list is used when a user wants to store multiple values for the same record, whereas dropdown list is used to store a single value for a record. You can create custom categories of either dropdown list or multi select dropdown list and define items in each category.

What allows the user to select any number of options at a time from a group? ›

Option buttons Like a multiple-selection list box, a group of option buttons enables users to select from a list of choices.

What is the difference between checkbox and dropdown? ›

The reason for this being that a checkbox field will allow a user to check both “yes” and “no” on your form. A radio button, on the other hand, forces the user to choose only a single response, “yes” or “no”. By default, dropdown lists also only allow a user to choose one item from the list.

Which class is used to create a dropdown list of items from which the user may choose *? ›

The "Select " class provides methods to get options from the dropdown.

How do I create a drop-down list in Excel Online? ›

Select the cell in the worksheet where you want the drop-down list. Go to the Data tab on the Ribbon, then click Data Validation. On the Settings tab, in the Allow box, click List. If it's OK for people to leave the cell empty, check the Ignore blank box.

What is an Excel drop-down list? ›

An Excel drop down list[1] is a data validation function that allows users to select an option from a list of choices. It can be particularly useful in performing financial modeling and analysis by incorporating scenarios and making a spreadsheet more dynamic.

When should I use dropdowns? ›

Offering drop-down menus can help users avoid scrolling and can quickly get them access to your site's content. For large websites, drop-down menus can save users time by allowing them to jump down a level or two to get to the content they seek.

How many types of dropdowns are there? ›

I also want to clarify that there are two main types of dropdowns: those used for navigation and those used in forms.

Which elements are used to create a drop-down list? ›

The <select> element is used to create a drop-down list. The <select> element is most often used in a form, to collect user input. The name attribute is needed to reference the form data after the form is submitted (if you omit the name attribute, no data from the drop-down list will be submitted).

When would you not use a dropdown menu? ›

In General, Avoid Drop-Downs When There Are More Than 10 or Fewer Than 5 Options
  • Lack of Overview. Seeing more than 20 uncategorized options can be bewildering and intimidating, and make it difficult for users to find the input they're looking for. ...
  • Scrolling Issues. ...
  • Inconsistent UI.
12 Nov 2018

What can I use instead of a dropdown? ›

Listboxes expose options right away and support multi-selection while dropdowns require a click to see options and support only single-selection. Share this article: Many UI controls allow users to select options; they include checkboxes, radio buttons, toggle switches, steppers, listboxes, and dropdowns.

Which box shows the list of options from which the user can select the item? ›

A drop-down list displays a list of options from which the user can select anitem.

What is a dynamic drop down list? ›

Most of us may be can create a drop down list by using the Data Validation function in Excel, but sometimes we need to a linked or dynamic drop down list, it means when you choose a value in drop-down list A and you want the values to be updated in drop-down list B.

How do you create a drop down block? ›

In order to create a custom dropdown for a custom block, first click on an input to edit it. Then click the gear icon in the bottom right corner, and click options (you can also click read-only to prevent typing in the dropdown). After that, in the window that pops up, you can start making the dropdown.

What is a static dropdown? ›

The Static Dropdown is for cases when you, as a form author, want to provide, ahead of time, in Form Builder, the list of all the different choices users will be able to choose from. This is in contrast with the Dynamic Dropdown where the list of choices will be loaded at runtime from a service you provide.

What is the difference between dropdown and select? ›

Select versus Dropdown

Use the select component inside a form where users are selecting from a list of options and submitting data. Use the dropdown component to filter or sort content on a page.

What is difference between combobox and dropdown? ›

A drop-down list is a list in which the selected item is always visible, and the others are visible on demand by clicking a drop-down button. A combo box is a combination of a standard list box or a drop-down list and an editable text box, thus allowing users to enter a value that isn't in the list.

How many drop-down options in Excel? ›

The list can show up to show 32,767 items from a list on the worksheet. If you type the items into the data validation dialog box (a delimited list), the limit is 256 characters, including the separators.

Under what circumstances is a select menu used instead of a radio button group? ›

A select dropdown is recommended when there are more than 7 options available because the form becomes cluttered and long. However, if the user almost always needs to the change the value (the default is rarely right), then you may want radio buttons even if there are more than 7 options.

How do I select a dropdown value? ›

A dropdown is represented by <select> tag and the options are represented by <option> tag. To select an option with its value we have to use the selectByValue method and pass the value attribute of the option that we want to select as a parameter to that method.

How do I create a drop-down in Word? ›

To add a drop-down list to your Microsoft Word document, click the Developer tab at the top and then select Drop-Down List Content Control. This drop-down list will be empty by default and you'll have to customize it to add useful options to the text box. To customize the drop-down box, click once inside the box.

How do you add a drop-down in Word? ›

Insert a combo box or a drop-down list
  1. Go to Developer > Combo Box Content Control or Drop-Down List Content Control .
  2. Select the content control, and then select Properties.
  3. To create a list of choices, select Add under Drop-Down List Properties.
  4. Type a choice in Display Name, such as Yes, No, or Maybe.

How do you code a drop-down list in Visual Basic? ›

Description of Code for Visual Basic Drop Down Menu
  1. First of all, we define a MenuStrip and a top level MenuItem named File .
  2. The next step is to create the sub MenuItems . ...
  3. Now add File MenuItem to MenuStrip .
  4. Add MenuStrip to the form.
  5. Add functionality to the Exit MenuItem using the AddHandler .
17 Mar 2014

How do I create a drop-down list in Visual Studio? ›

To create a DropDownList from Visual Studio 2017, follow these steps:
  1. Create a new form by specifying its name. ...
  2. Click on the toolbox section on the left and drag a DropDownList item from the menu to the web form.
  3. To add items to the list, navigate to the properties window and add items to the list.
21 Dec 2021

What is drop-down list in Excel? ›

When someone selects a cell, the drop-down list's down-arrow appears, and they can click it and make a selection. Create a drop-down list. You can make a worksheet more efficient by providing drop-down lists. Someone using your worksheet clicks an arrow, and then clicks an entry in the list.

How do I do a drop down in Excel? ›

Select a cell where you want a drop-down list. Click the DATA tab, and click Data Validation. In the Data Validation dialog, set Allow to List; this enables a list in the cell. Leave In-cell drop-down selected; this enables a drop-down list in the cell.

How do I create a drop-down list with more than 8? ›

By default, a data validation drop-down list only shows 8 items in the list when clicking the drop-down arrow. So you need to drag the scroll bar down for viewing more values in the list. Actually, you can show more than 8 lines in a drop-down list with the help of Combo box.

What is the difference between listbox and Dropdownlist? ›

The following terms are important to understand as you read this article: A standard list box is a box containing a list of multiple items, with multiple items visible. A drop-down list is a list in which the selected item is always visible, and the others are visible on demand by clicking a drop-down button.

What is the difference between multiple choice and dropdown? ›

Multiple Choice Fields: A question with a group of answers choices that lets the user select one choice only. Dropdown Menus: A question with an answer fields that expands into a list of options that lets the user select one choice.

Which is more appropriate to use when allowing the user to select only one option? ›

Radio button lists are used when the user needs to select a single option out of a list of options.

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