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For me, your interaction is too heavy for a mobile: a lot of steps and actions. And Saving action shifts the responsibility from System to User. This makes interaction more complex, exhaustive, and fallible. My suggestions are: Use auto-save for saving the data. This is the way modern apps behave. Display the changed accordion items to improve ...


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if you want to let user focus on one button, i think there is a way to do it. like below, when you click edit, the button will turn to "cancel". If you don't want to save your input, you can click cancel. but if you want to save it, the save button is right below the content(click it ,the item will draw back and open next), you won't miss it if you finish ...


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I would choose to keep the save, cancel and edit buttons together. To keep track of what is saved and what not, you can keep the save button visible for unsaved closed items. In my example you can see that the edit button is re-used but changes into the cancel button: Obviously you can show all three buttons if the item titles don't get too long: ...



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