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Optimize navigation Make sure users could logically tab through each control and make selections without the mouse. I think it could also help if each dropdown supports type ahead to pick faster Consider Templates? Allow users to save the object description as a named template. Next time user could just pick the template and all of the fields could be ...


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For the case where data is the same between the objects I'd recommend that instead of going through each single object individually you enable users to first select multiple objects and then catalogue all of them in one go. If the data varies slightly between the objects you could remember selections from the previous go, and possibly put all the options in ...


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A good idea for this problem is defaults. There are two ways you can do this, observe common patterns in the selections and provide them as a set options, the selection of one of which would autofill all of the options in the six drop-downs. Or, you can let users save their defaults, meaning they could configure common option sets and re-use. It would ...


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If each of the drop-downs only holds ~15 items, then using your suggestion of having each drop-down menu appear one after the other (after each choice) might be along the right lines. One way to speed up the process could be to generate each option of the lists into groups of small, clickable elements. The benefit is that you're instantly taking out 1 ...



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