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One way I'm thinking is using the link icon along with a title: Linked to XYZ, and when user clicks/hovers on it; show more details of the linking in a popup, callout, or new page.


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While there's A LOT of information needed, it seems to me you're facing a classic IA problem: the dreaded this item belongs to everyone approach. And again, I don't have the information, but in most cases, the problem is that the IA is wrong. See, you always need to think in terms of hierarchies and levels. So, let's say you have 3 categories (small biz, ...


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Left sidebar occupies prominent space on the screen so the value / utility it provides should be high. The question then is what's the distribution of number of different products a single user has (or more simply how many products a user has on average). And the second question would be how much your users switch between different products? One extreme is ...


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I have got over this issue by using a 3 stage left nav & used the hamburger to toggle states, user preference is a key factor as you don't want to hide something from a user who has no experience with that type of nav check out the Google analytics nav for a good example of a simple layered left nav. I prefer the left nav approach personally although ...


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You can have dynamic menu systems based on some threshold, e.g. one nav menu type below the threshold, a different nav menu type above the threshold. This will obviously involve more development effort, but as I always say "To make something really easy to use, you might have to do a lot of work behind the scenes". Note I am not suggesting a drop-down menu ...



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