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Generally, when you can select multiple filters in an application, it is necessary to place the Apply button for clarity. With multiple filters, using the onItemSelectedListener is a bad idea since as you mentioned, it will close on the user and will not work accordingly as per user expectation. I would recommend having a smooth transition and sliding up ...


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Both are traditionally known for displaying More Options You can think of them as Ellipsis that refer to un-finished menu and hence clicking on it shows you the entire menu, finishing it. On Android, it is referred to as Overflow Menu On Apple and iOS devices it is referred to as More Options Menu Technically these are used to display Secondary options ...


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Wikipedia defines: False Affordance -- An affordance which in reality does nothing Hidden Affordance -- An affordance that has possibilites for action but they are not perceived I would add to the list: Unintuitive Affordance -- An affordance which seems to imply some action but results in some other less intuitive action. I think you could also ...


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Based on the comment you made to Diego, your question is a lot different than what it looks at first sight. If you require a lot of interaction, then don't offer a notification each time, and don't save each action immediately. Instead, create sessions where the user can do any amount of actions (you can autosave every X amount of minutes). In these ...


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It is best to give some sort of feedback. The Netflix DVD Queue doesn't pop anything up, but it gives clear visual feedback that something has happened and that you can undo it. Gmail provides an actual popup, but it's completely ignorable. The problem with modal popup notifications is that stopping what you're doing in order to close notifications - ...


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Yes it is the best practice to show feedback messages on such actions... it means your system is having conversation with the user and the user is aware of what is happening, but don't annoy with too many alerts. With a feedback cycle, you can tell the user what is going on in your application. However, keep in mind that the applications’s feedback ...


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You can add an "Action" image in the table view cell. That can make users understand that will be a Share Extension. This is an example from Reeder.



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