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You are describing the flow by specifying which widgets you will use, which is not advisable until you are clear about what it is you want the user to do. It looks like the primary task is you want the customer to confirm they received the thing they ordered. A secondary task is you would like the customer to provide some feedback. The highlighted words ...


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This seems like a very bad idea: what happens if I want to add 3 hours and 25 minutes? or if I actually do enter the time in hours and minutes - If I enter 3.30 will it register 3.5 hours or 3 hours and 18 minutes? Set the format you want users to enter their times with and keep it that way: If you're asking users to enter decimal time then you should ...


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I have a question here: Will the user be entering all the values at a time or he will enter one-two values at a time? The answer to above question will make huge difference. If the user will be entering all the values at once, it is not advisable to show the feedback message upon every entry as it will irritate user by continuously showing the feedback ...


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Based on the comment you made to Diego, your question is a lot different than what it looks at first sight. If you require a lot of interaction, then don't offer a notification each time, and don't save each action immediately. Instead, create sessions where the user can do any amount of actions (you can autosave every X amount of minutes). In these ...


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It is best to give some sort of feedback. The Netflix DVD Queue doesn't pop anything up, but it gives clear visual feedback that something has happened and that you can undo it. Gmail provides an actual popup, but it's completely ignorable. The problem with modal popup notifications is that stopping what you're doing in order to close notifications - ...


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Yes it is the best practice to show feedback messages on such actions... it means your system is having conversation with the user and the user is aware of what is happening, but don't annoy with too many alerts. With a feedback cycle, you can tell the user what is going on in your application. However, keep in mind that the applications’s feedback ...



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