In a way, they are a condensed form of feature questions, measuring 2/3 of the things feature questions measure (sentiment + either usage or awareness).
They are mainly used for stable features (where awareness is less relevant) and tooling questions, to avoid the 5-answer format per tool that older State of surveys use.
There is a chance we may not be able to have this implemented in time, in which case some of the items will need to move to separate Feature questions, and the rest to stay as plain checkboxes (no sentiment).
Checkbox questions with multiple custom answers
Checkbox questions that also accept one or more custom answers
This pattern may also co-exist with the sentiment chips above (though the freeform answers will not have sentiment chips).
There is a chance we may not be able to have this implemented in time, in which case we would need to use the current UI which only accepts a single “Other” option, which means we need to include a lot more predefined options