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I think there is no definitive answer on this. It really depends on your demographic. If you demographic understands what Sign in is, its ok. However, there is a case in my home country where majority of people don't understand what "Sign in" means. The "Log in" is much better understanded. So when I changed the button to "Log in" and the users of that ...


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I prefer to word these confirmation dialogs so they are not a question, but a statement summing up the action that is about to be performed, and allowing a way to back out: In my view it's clearer and more succinct. I feel the passive voice is more professional and businesslike, although you could easily reword it if you wanted without using a question ...


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Google suggest two different ways and both remove 'you' entirely. Google design writing guidelines suggests the following: Omit unnecessary phrases You can skip many common introductory phrases and get right to the point. Further Material Design alert dialogs suggests rephrasing the question to remove the 'are you sure?' Alerts with title ...



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