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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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Here is your solution : I tried my best to explain you the solution with example shown below. This is the initial screen. Screen having both single and multiple copy operation interface. But one thing is there, you have to put validation that once after selection of row (ex. in single/multiple copy) unless and until user press the 'copy now' button, ...


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Let the user select as many records they want to; just let the count below keep increasing/decreasing as per selection/deselection. You won't require the actions column if there is only one action on the grid like 'Copy'. I'm assuming it's a popup so the placement of count and 'Copy Selected' button is ok. If this is not a popup then consider moving the ...



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