Multi-Level Dropdown Definition
: A Dropdown that allows for nested submenus or levels, allowing users to navigate through a hierarchical structure of options. Use case
: Multi-Level Dropdowns are useful when dealing with complex data or menu structures where options are organized in multiple levels or categories. They are commonly used in navigation menus or settings panels, where subcategories or submenus need to be accessed. Design tips
: Clearly indicate the hierarchy and relationship between the different levels of options. Use visual cues, such as indentation, arrows, or icons, to indicate the submenus or levels. Additionally, ensure that the dropdown menu is wide enough to accommodate the nested options, and consider providing a back button or breadcrumb navigation
to help users easily navigate back to previous levels.