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Frequently asked questions, also Questions and Answers, are listed questions and answers, all supposed to be commonly asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic. The format is commonly used on email mailing lists and other online forums, where certain common questions tend to recur.
This also applies to: select2, select2_multiple, select2_from_ajax, select2_from_ajax_multiple. There are 3 possible solutions: If there will be few options (dozens), the easiest way would be to use select_from_array or select2_from_array instead. Since you tell it what the options are, you can do any filtering you want there. If there are a lot of options (100+), best to use select2_from_ajax instead. You'll be able to filter the results any way you want in the controller method (the one that responds with the results to the AJAX call). If you can't use select2_from_array for select2_from_ajax, you can create another model and add a global scope to it. For example, say you only want to show the users that belong to the user's company. You can create App\Models\CompanyUser and use that in your select2 field instead of App\Models\User:
To address frequently asked questions about your business, of course. Actually, that’s only part of it. An FAQ section done right can be an effective addition to your website that serves several functions, from: Alleviating purchasing anxieties that your product page copy doesn’t directly address. Relieving some of the burden on customer support by publicly answering common questions. Improving SEO and site navigation. Earning trust by demonstrating product expertise and explaining your business model. Delighting customers by creatively answering their questions. If you're not using your FAQ page to its full potential, here are some of the questions you should be asking to get the most out of this often-forgotten section of most websites.