You can now use Selection Tags in your input forms to allow visitors to select and submit multiple choices. This info is stored in your database collection when the form is submitted.
After adding the Content Manager, the Input category in the Add panel will be added, where you can find Selection Tag presets. Next, connect the Tags component and the Submit button to your collection.
You can achieve it using code. Have a look at this video, which is demonstrating on Wix Editor and not on Editor X but it will run through the steps to achieve your need. Please follow up if you have any further question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRdm7NjOouU
I see what you mean. I did not add a sort specification. So I did. But indeed, after you select a tag the sort order is like the content database and when deselecting the tags the sort specs are gone. I think the sort order has to be in the code too. I have to look into that because I need the sort order too.
I don’t have the second problem. On page load no tag is selected. I did not alter the code @naamar suggested besides collection names etc.
I’m a designer too. I have developed lot’s of custom made sites without coding.
Mostly in Adobe Muse and with Wordpress. Adobe Muse, although you can still use it, is obsolete and Wordpress is very demanding. I want to spend my time to design sites instead of contant testing and updating plugins to keep it safe and working.
I will try out the code you have found. But I’m not working on that site where I need it right now.