Structured lists group content that is similar or related, such as terms and definitions.
Structured list displays a simple list with a considerable amount of items of read-only values. It helps organize and present grouped information into logical and scannable patterns. The content within a list can be stacked to create hierarchy within the data.
When to use
- To browse information or select certain information within the group in the simplest form
- To view description and detailed information, present features, or compare pricing plans
When not to use
Nesting items is not recommended, as structured lists are used to present simple data. If you have more than 25 items or additional content that needs to be shown, consider using a data table, which supports nesting items and presents a larger set of content.
|Default||Allows the user to quickly browse and view information within a group of data|
|Selectable||Allows the user to mark or select a desired option within a group of data|
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