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Great question! The save button definitely feels redundant. Many websites and apps take the approach of applying user action without confirmation but providing an undo option. For eg: Deleting a file on Google drive, will not ask for a confirmation. But it will give the user a notification that the file has been deleted along with an option to undo the ...


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Think in terms of process and action flows. What you're doing is an edition action, let's say the main action. Inside it, you have a subset of actions, in this particular case you have these: search add delete Each one is a subset of the main action, and each one stands on its own. However, the main action remains "open" since the user didn't save or ...


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If all the information in the steps (Person; Relation; Reference; Files) is mandatory, and you are worried that there is a high risk of failure to save (timeout / system failure), then it would make more sense to make this a multi-step process, and replace 'Save' with 'Next'. Of course, you can also auto-save on opening of the next accordion, and achieve ...



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