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There is a good argument that placing the default action on the right makes an easier workflow: http://uxmovement.com/buttons/why-ok-buttons-in-dialog-boxes-work-best-on-the-right/ More importantly, I suggest re-labelling the buttons to 'skip' and 'watch', since taken with the caption 'video', this allows the user to process and take action with less ...


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It all depends on the alert that is being provided to the user. If it is an alert with regards to purchasing and item (i.e. In-App Purchases) usually the "No" is highlighted as to prevent accidental purchases. However, when it comes to cases such as connecting social accounts or opening a link in safari, "yes" should be highlighted because of the likely ...


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I'd take this approach: Put the actual, editable options in TAB 1 Put a clone of the options in TAB 2 but make it read-only, and add a label stating "You can change these options in TAB 1" (you also could put there a link to TAB 1!) You happen to realize those same options are relevant in TAB 3 too ? Put another read-only clone there too, no tweaking ...


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If you end up putting the shared options on both tabs, you could: Style them differently (for example put them in a box with a black border or with a coloured background). Put them at the bottom of the tab, after a horizontal rule separator. This would make them stand out from the other options, and the colour especially may help remind the user that ...



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