Class PromptResponse

PromptResponse

A response to a prompt dialog displayed in the user-interface environment for a Google App. The response contains any text the user entered in the dialog's input field and indicates which button the user clicked to dismiss the dialog.

 // Display a dialog box with a title, message, input field, and "Yes" and "No" buttons. The
 // user can also close the dialog by clicking the close button in its title bar.
 var ui = DocumentApp.getUi();
 var response = ui.prompt('Getting to know you', 'May I know your name?', ui.ButtonSet.YES_NO);

 // Process the user's response.
 if (response.getSelectedButton() == ui.Button.YES) {
   Logger.log('The user\'s name is %s.', response.getResponseText());
 } else if (response.getSelectedButton() == ui.Button.NO) {
   Logger.log('The user didn\'t want to provide a name.');
 } else {
   Logger.log('The user clicked the close button in the dialog\'s title bar.');
 }
 

Methods

MethodReturn typeBrief description
getResponseText()StringGets the text that the user entered in the dialog's input field.
getSelectedButton()ButtonGets the button that the user clicked to dismiss the dialog.

Detailed documentation

getResponseText()

Gets the text that the user entered in the dialog's input field. The text is available even if the user closed the dialog by clicking a button with a negative connotation, like "Cancel" or the close button in the dialog's title bar. getSelectedButton() can help to determine whether the user intended the response text to be valid.

Return

String — the text that the user entered in the dialog's input field


getSelectedButton()

Gets the button that the user clicked to dismiss the dialog. If the user clicked the close button that is included in every dialog's title bar, this method returns Button.CLOSE.

Return

Button — the button that the user clicked

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