Drop Down Option formatting help needed

I am a total newbie to TB and know NO coding. I am entering items in a drop down menu to select multiple items and that part works fine.

What I need help with is how do I make a hard return between the items so it looks like:
Item 1
Item 2
Item 3
Instead of what it currently gives me when I select multiples:
Item 1, Item 2, Item 3

As a bonus question for help, I would LOVE to be able to put a bullet in front of the items so it appears as:

  • Item 1
  • Item 2
  • Item 3

Hey @Laurie_Hay and welcome to the forum.
What you're looking for is the repeat command.
Here's an example:

{formmenu: item 1; item 2; item 3; item 4; multiple=yes;name=items}

  • {repeat: for item in items}{=item}
    {endrepeat}

Is there a way to make the bulleted list with multiple drop-down options and only have the bulleted list appear? For example, without the listed selections at the top, and only including the bulleted selections.

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Hi @Emily_Chylinski Welcome to the forum! :slight_smile:

Sure, building on top of Dan's snippet, this is the new snippet you'll need:

{note: trim=yes}{formmenu: item 1; item 2; item 3; item 4; multiple=yes; name=items}{endnote}

  • {repeat: for item in items}{=item}
  • {endrepeat}

Note that I have put the initial menu inside a {note} command. This allows us to still use the menu, but when the popup is submitted, the {note} contents will not be inserted.

Thank you so much!