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1) 'Archive' actually will be misleading unless record retrieval is provided. 2) 'Hide' is also not appropriate, since 'Show' is the opposite of Hide and user may think that there is an opposite action somewhere else. Hence either go with 'Dismiss' and 'Delete' or, I will feel more appropriate word is 'Ignore' and 'Delete'. By clicking 'Ignore' user ...


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Archive hints that it can be recovered. Google uses this term in Gmail and I can’t imagine they got that wrong. If items can’t be recovered, than there is no use in leaving this choice to the user. But if it is not about archiving items but about reviewing them later, than provide options and labels that are part of that flow. Also use just delete and no ...


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I would go with the first option Dismiss and Delete Delete - as we all know is to remove the record permanently. Hide - gives a sense of ambiguity as whether the record will be hidden currently from my screen or will it be hidden permanently or will there be a "Show" button to see the hidden files. Archive - The general understanding is to store a ...


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Delete is widely used in most systems as a permanent delete action. Between hide and archive, I would use them depending on what kind of records the system is creating. Dismiss I would use for item such and notes and notifications. if the records are permanent items in a database, I would use archive. With dismiss, I would sometime assume that the record ...



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