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Many of the approaches others have mentioned make sense. It's also important to make it clear to the user that he or she has filters applied. If you filter the list, then leave the product and come back to it later, it's very easy to forget that the list is filtered and thus be confused when you add something and it doesn't appear in the table. I would do ...


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1. Consistency is key It's important to be consistent and the simple act of reapplying the same filter and seeing different results is inconsistent. 2. Warn users before something unexpected happens Some users will expect their newly added item which doesn't match the current filter to be hidden while other users may wonder if they accidentally messed up ...


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Guy Mograbi, I like the Splatz suggestions. Please correct me if I am wrong, is it possible to create two section, 1st for "adding an item" and 2nd for "search", for your reference please find attached wireframe. Please check the link: https://au.pinterest.com/pin/180284791312260308/ *note: my browser is old, so i am not able to add the image. i upload the ...


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It took me a few reads to realise what you were asking for. So you have a filtered table and when you create a new item it does not meet the filter criteria so the new item is not visible in the table and the user cannot see it. There are multiple approaches to this problem. You have discovered one of them (just show the new item in the table which will ...


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What do you think of using a colored status bar, like GPS or phonecalls do on iOS. By using this bar, you could allow the user to edit the filter by taping on it, or provide a simple "remove" button to discard it.


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Generally, when you can select multiple filters in an application, it is necessary to place the Apply button for clarity. With multiple filters, using the onItemSelectedListener is a bad idea since as you mentioned, it will close on the user and will not work accordingly as per user expectation. I would recommend having a smooth transition and sliding up ...


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If you still want to display the placeholder colour when it is not selectable, you could display the colours in a different format, here are two quickly mocked-up variations. By displaying the name of the colour and a sample, you can easily display to users all of the information you outlined above. This design also may benefit people with seeing ...


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Why not put the filters in the top right of the navbar and then add the current state of the filters where you have the button now?



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