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If you are unable to break the items into subcategories (curious to know why that's the case, more context about the form would be great!) you could use a combo box that allows for multiple selection. That way a user can begin to type for the university they are looking for and then be presented with options to choose from. It would also be good to define ...


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@Michael Lai's answer was a good one and it put us on the right track. The workflow we eventually selected was a two-phase UI like he suggested, however user testing drove us to switch the workflow from his suggestion. Users will chose a leader first, then choose other selections (with the leader already selected and disabled so it can't be unselected). ...


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If your space is limited you could try a solution that I've used for a recent project with similar requirements, using this plugin for multi select . Everything related to the plugin is editable (filtering, columns number, etc). It allows users to: Filter Select all Select all from a region (the ones in bold) When you filter, as any filter, only the ...


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Your best bet here is accordions, cases like yours are exactly the reason why they were created. I did a super quick mockup (so obviosuly there are more countries in Africa, just assume I listed them all) in which you can see the logic: 1. Display accordion // 1.2 Display ALL or Customize // 1.3 if ALL=true ('add all countries in this panel') ...



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