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It is not a "more human" way of communicating; it is an alienating and implies that the system cannot remember that it was, in fact, me who signed in. A more human way to communicate that message is: "(insert user name), you can sign out here when you're ready".


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While there isn't much research I could find upon this, Asking a question doesn't necessary act as a prompt. While I would definitely agree on using the question more if you were to speak with a Voice Assistant such as Google Now, SiRi or Cortana; in a Windows application with straightforward prompts such as Click here to Start, I think it's natural to go ...


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It is not always about these explicit actions like delete,erase,save..etc.. There can be certain scenarios where user may unknowingly exits from an ongoing critical process. For ex: The user is in the middle of payment and hits the back button. In this scenario the user needs to be alerted.



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