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Not sure the use case for this. what are the tabs? what does the app do? I think perhaps there is a way to prompt your users to move to the next tab without auto-moving to the it. The issue is it's an action that the user can not undo, if i'm scrolled at the bottom of a long list, then auto moved to another list...i just lost my place. Also it's not a ...


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Your tabs have names which are sign posts and navigation triggers to specific pages/features which contain functionality, e.g. Subscriptions Option A is much simpler: Choose Subscriptions by clicking the tab Choose what you want to do about Subscriptions on the Subscription page by interacting with subscription features on the subscription page This ...


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In my perspective, navigation is main controller of the website. it has to carry any information not a question. Why don't you go for creating a signup and subscription on top of your page or in the footer. any how that depends on the requirement. in your view option B is suitable for your requirement where user can see sign in and subscription as an ...


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Users might get confused that the same UI pattern is used for two different reasons. For the pages example, it's perfectly reasonable to break out that content over many tabs (as you did). For the filter example, I would recommend using another method to display the active filters. Here are two examples:


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I guess this is another "depends-on" answer: If the designer has control over the labels (i.e., no user-created or user-named tabs) and over the space available (i.e., no resizing of panels and windows), the designer might choose the equal-width design. In all other cases, I would (as a designer) opt for the dynamic width, because it may display more ...


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I don't know of the convention but notable examples of showing something like a record count after the title are: Microsoft Outlook GMail Stack Exchange



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