I have an enterprise-based web application that makes use of effective dates - so instead of just making a change to a piece of data, that change can take effect at some date in the future (or the ...
I'm designing a collab app that will include a datepicker widget to allow users to select the due date for a task. Our data shows that users systematically select the days where they have less ...
Context: I'm designing a web form that allows users to enter information about some work they've created (title, description, image, etc). One of the optional fields will be a date field. After ...
I want to offer the users a way to select a range of months within a year. The selected months are used to display a table of data. The control should be placed above the table and since vertical ...
Date Range: Is automatically making “To” the same as “From” a good practice when searching data in the past?
I couldn't think of a more descriptive title, but this is what I'm wondering: I have a Date Range selector box. It's quite straightforward, it has two calendars, one for the "From" date, and another ...
I have a time range filter (for a web app, desktop and mobile) that looks like this: In this case, time is not relative to the user in terms of number of days (7 days ago), but it respects the ...
Users of our (non-mobile i.e. mouse UI) web-app do a lot of queries on various lists of time-series values. Part of each query is "from" and "to" timestamps, limiting the range of values for a query ...
What pros and cons do you experience when using datepickers in web forms or software? What do you think is missing sometimes? What bugs you when using a datepicker? I want to know, either from ...