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First option is much more explanatory for the user. I would use some blank slate that describes the cause (why the table is empty, who & when erased it) and possible actions that can be undertaken (Undo, Import of new data). If your product allows to manually fill in the table, you need some empty rows at the beginning, with option to add more of them. ...


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Maybe you could enrich the tables (or other elements that need an AJAX call) with a visual clue that indicates a status: connecting with server loading / recieving data connected connection time-out fail etc. So the element remains visible, but the indicator tells your users if the information they see is up to date of why there isn't any information at ...


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You can try something like this to notify user about failed attempt (you can change message to suit your requirements) and provide a refresh or reload option to query again.


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"Your password must be a minimum of 8 characters long and may contain any standard alphanumeric character or the following symbols: ! # %" (There may be symbols that are ASCII characters but that you may want to restrict people from using in their password to address things like cross-site-scripting vulnerability. Providing a list of green-lit symbols is ...


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Something like the below will be intelligible to most users. You may only use the characters A to Z, 0 to 9, and simple punctuation in your password. The key is to only show it when they try to add a non-ASCII character. That way any user who tries to use a character in the ASCII set but not in that description will be fine, and won't even see that ...


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Any Size Now that I have your attention, this might be a blunt statement, but it's intrinsically correct. Whenever you make an user download a file, you need to warn about the possible consequences. As you know, mobile downloads are a beast of its own, and they have rules that don't apply to desktop. They're also affected by: Speed Data Transfer Device'...


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So if they are not on a WiFi connection, I would have a configurable option to warn if files are greater than ### MB. Some users are likely on an unlimited plan, or are using a phone provided by their company; sounds like your app is an internal app. But in any case, I have a plan that limits my usage to 1 GB/month (and prior plan was like 50 MB/month), so ...


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I am working on a similar situation for a B2B financial app. User can import a number of files. The system validates and can reject some and accept others. But the user may want to correct some of the entries and try again, so she needs to know which ones were rejected. Here's how we handled it: User imports a file with 100 records and all are valid. She ...


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It sounds like you have a table with a list of items. Assuming this is what you have, is it possible to show the invalid items like this?



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