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It's good to keep buttons in the same place. Here is a use case that could be pretty common. Let's say a user wants to just quickly glance at the additional information for the meeting. It's easier for the user to put the mouse in one location and click to expand (and retract), as opposed to clicking, expanding, moving the mouse to the new button location, ...


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In general you don't want your controls to move. All generalities in UX are subject to the specific context and workflow of the user, but it's a good baseline. Digging a little deeper into the reasoning behind hiding the information, you need to consider the user looking at this screen. The information hidden within the collapsable area doesn't seem ...



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