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Can we have multiple radio buttons sets on the SAME artboard?

Example:

  • Buy a bicycle
  • Sell a bicycle

Condition

  • New
  • Used

If the user chooses "Sell a bicycle" and then he chooses "New" and then he changed his mind and chooses "Used", then he chooses "Buy a bicycle", etc... How can we save the last chosen option in a set without losing the last chosen option in the other set?

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Preface: I don't know AdobeXD.

As with any HTML radio button group, when only one option is to be selected, the name attribute controls the grouping. So, radio buttons with identical name="something" will toggle each other without toggling other button groups.

From merely looking at the question, it would seem what is needed are two separate names - one for each of the two groups of radio buttons.

<input type="radio" name="buy_sell" value="buy" /> Buy a Bicycle
<input type="radio" name="buy_sell" value="sell" /> Sell a Bicycle

Condition
<input type="radio" name="new_used" value="new" /> New
<input type="radio" name="new_used" value="used" /> Used
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    True for HTML, but Adobe XD is just for mockups and it is code independent. For every single change there is a new screen. My problem relies in multiple actions in the same screen, that means 2 x 2 = 4 screens in total unless there's another way around that I am not aware of.
    – Akram
    Jan 4 at 18:13

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