New answers tagged inline-edit
Inline not Modal Inline edit is to be preferred at all times. The user keeps context, have the ability to use information related and narrow to the edit and the user don’t have to focus on a new UI. It is the same, simple, easy and straightforward process where the flow of work can be kept. Modal dialogue breaks the users’ context and it takes time for the ...
I would make an edit icon appear when pressing and holding a list item for a while - this is always the first thing I try when it comes to edit stuff. By using an edit icon (or menu) appear - the user won't be transferred into a new location which can be confusing. The Facebook app is using a swipe from right to left to make the Edit menu appear. It took ...
From the interaction point of view People will be touching the UI a lot: long press, swipe, drag, double touch, etc. It can be frustrating to users if the renaming feature is constantly initiated because the user accidentally touched the screen.
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