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You can use the devices regional settings to get the country that the person has set up, and pre-fill in the country field with that, or even not expose the country field and just use that as is. However you may then need more permissions than your app currently asks for, which you should try to avoid. If you don't need 100% accurate data for countries ...


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I’d suggest a simple feedback form, where users can select their country, press any star (1-5) and add an optional comment. If you don’t need a user account, don’t implement it. Your users probably already have too many accounts they need to keep track of. This way you just ask for feedback in the simplest way possible. Make sure that you save the country ...


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Passwords are a thing of the past. Users should just provide you with an e-mail. What do you need their names for? Then you send them a link and the link acts as their login. So when they click the link it takes them to a new project page. I think that is the best approach, as it will reduce your UI a lot, and users will check their email anyway. ...


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One possible approach I can think of is a mix of the two approaches you have mentioned. While its best to keep the account creation simple and not make it look like multi-step process, we always strive to make things simpler for users. As per my understanding, once the user has created the account, they still cannot use the app since they need to ...


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When you validate an email address, you are checking two things: Is this a valid email? Does this user have access to this email? The only way to do 1. is to send an email, and check that it doesn't bounce. And the only way to do 2. is to send an email with some information and check that the user received that information. That can either be done by ...


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You're coming up against the difference between account and data retention. While in an ideal world, we would like the two to be the same thing, when it comes to certain legal issues, they are not. You should definitely cover this in your privacy policy, and make sure that it's readable and not impenetrable legalese. However, deleting an account is not ...


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This is a "it depends" type of question. The rule of thumb is, if the user typically sees information in both sections as being closely related and will commonly edits both sections at once, then yes it make sense to have everything editable at the same time. If however, the two sections are distinctive enough that when a user is editing one section, they ...



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