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Integrated dashboard (which users and admins are on same place) is literally hard to be well-implemented. Without designing the right way, how to split user input, and what to be common on API, your system could become a mess. Most of the time when I see those dashboards, below the UI are spaghetti codes. I will choose separate dashboard design approach, ...


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One option you may try is to add an "All Features" checkbox. When the checkbox is selected the sub-features are hidden. When the user deselects the checkbox, the sub-features are displayed, and the checkboxes on the feature level are hidden. See mockup bellow : download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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You could use an accordion control to allow expanding the category. However, I see a couple of problems here: If some options can be hidden, you need to handle partial selection. Otherwise, the rolled-up view would be misleading if only some of the categories were selected. Partial selection will likely be difficult to implement clearly (and it might be ...



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