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Choice/Choose. (Which is in fact the keyword some languages have used for this operation.)


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I'd just call them decision-junctions, that metaphor should convey the meaning to non-programmers. Also consider,: Junctions, road forks, choice forks, forks, etc.


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I think the important thing to communicate here is that there are multiple branches (unlike most other rules that are yes/no true/false). I would call it something like multi-value switch or multi-value branch. I don't know what your exact use case is, but the system you describe sounds pretty complicated, requiring some learning on the users's part. So, ...


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All in all checkboxes are preferable but we shouldn't loose track of times when they are useful. Sometimes users - especially in expert scenarios simply need a DONE/NOT DONE indicator or APPROVE/NOT APPROVE indicator. I'm including a graphic below (I removed all incriminating and sensitive information:) Don't mind the "lock", the "envelope" and the red ...


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I'm trying to sort out this exact issue right now. For me it's about what selecting the option "means". For instance, I'm currently developing some control interfaces; one of them selects which "devices" will be used on a certain schedule, with sub-controls for how long they'll be used and a few other things, another control interface selects on what ...



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