This feature is available on Pro and Agency plans.
If you want to give respondents a way to pick a color, there's now a way to do that in the form itself. The most obvious choice for this would be anything that relates to design and requires that certain colors are used.
Default answer — Choose the default color shown in the live form
Swatches — Define specific colors for quick and easy selection
Allow swatches only — Restrict respondents to only the colors you want
To manage swatches, click on any swatch (the colored box above the color picker) to delete it. Additionally, pick a new color using the color picker or enter a hex color code and add a new swatch.
If you haven't allowed swatches only, a respondent can still pick a color by using the color picker or entering a hex color code.
If you allow swatches only, your respondent will instead see this:
You can mix and match settings and stack color pickers side-by-side. For example, say you have a base color where you only want to allow certain colors and then you have some accents that are not restrictive.
That might look something like:
The possibilities are nearly endless.
(Really, there are 16,777,216 possible color combinations.)