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I think the difference in showing an absolute time vs a relative "... ago" is the difference between: "How old is this item (roughly)" vs "When was this item created"? For example, when a uses watches a YouTube video, he might want to know how old the video is to check whether it is still relevant. The exact time doesn't really matter, "2 weeks old" is ...


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Compared to a time stamp, I'd have a 'an hour ago' any day. This works in timeframes that my mind can process easily. For example, a friend request on Facebook came in 3 days ago. This makes sense in that context. However, if I pushed my code to production and the log says '3 days ago', its useless as I might have pushed code to production a dozen times that ...


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After a certain time, people stop counting days and count in weeks, then they count in months and then years. For the same reason, if you meet someone after a while, you recollect how many months ago you met them before or years. The brain doesn't calculate the days passed if you say '4 weeks ago'. But if you say '29 days ago', the brain needs to ...


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It depends. What's the typical and expected duration where these issues are open? If they're suppose to be dealt with very rapidly, i.e. within minutes, Then option two showing duration first is helpful to emphasize that. On the other hand, if tickets are dealt with more in the days range or months, then the duration itself is less important. Difference ...


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Firstly, do not change the values on either axis without alerting the user to the fact that they have changed. By changing the values you are creating a moving reference point which is not usually a good thing. It sounds like you're getting stuck with the idea that the axis markers determine the resolution of the graph. This doesn't have to be the case. You ...


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I think there are more conditions than what you have mentioned above. I would think of the following : 1- I agree with Diego - Calendar-based booking is very effective and allows the customer to choose the date and time in a convenient manner. 2- What if there are more than 1 or 10 customers, and the calendar looks full, how can the customer finds the ...


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Considering I've understood your question well - I think showing consultant's calendar to customers would be appropriate with book button -



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