Dropdown lists are great for adding several answer options to a question, and you don’t even have to enter them one by one when asking people where they’re from or what their favorite ice cream flavor or chemical element is.
You can look up plain text lists online to copy and paste into your Dropdown question. This is a good example of a collection of plaintext lists based on different topics: plaintextlist.com
How long can my dropdown list be?
You can add up to around 30,000 options to your dropdown lists, depending on the overall size of your typeform. However, we recommend splitting huge lists like this into different typeforms where possible, which will improve the performance and experience for your respondents
Here’s how to add a list of countries to a Dropdown list in typeform in just a few clicks:
1. Open up the plain text list you want to copy.
2. Select all list items and copy the list (using CTRL+C or Command + C on a Mac).
In the example below, you can conveniently copy all items to the clipboard in one click, without having to select them manually.
3. Go to your typeform, and paste the list in a Dropdown question.