Select Menus

To create a select menu, use the Select component, and pass a list of Option components as children. Use the value prop to set a currently selected value. You can respond to changes in the value via onChangeValue.

export function FruitSelect({ onConfirm }) {
  const [value, setValue] = useState()

  return (
    <>
      <Select
        placeholder="choose a fruit"
        value={value}
        onChangeValue={setValue}
      >
        <Option value="🍎" />
        <Option value="🍌" />
        <Option value="🍒" />
      </Select>
      <Button
        label="confirm"
        disabled={value == undefined}
        onClick={() => {
          if (value) onConfirm(value)
        }}
      />
    </>
  )
}
const instance = reacord.send(
  channelId,
  <FruitSelect
    onConfirm={(value) => {
      instance.render(`you chose ${value}`)
      instance.deactivate()
    }}
  />,
)

For a multi-select, use the multiple prop, then you can use values and onChangeMultiple to handle multiple values.

export function FruitSelect({ onConfirm }) {
  const [values, setValues] = useState([])

  return (
    <Select
      placeholder="choose a fruit"
      values={values}
      onChangeMultiple={setValues}
    >
      <Option value="🍎" />
      <Option value="🍌" />
      <Option value="🍒" />
    </Select>
  )
}

The Select component accepts a variety of props beyond what's shown here. See the API reference for more information.