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answered Wireframing hardware dashboards/control panels - best practice
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revised Limited threaded system for comments?
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comment Limited threaded system for comments?
Yeah, I think the interaction that is happening here is very similar to what I was thinking :-), and I find it very clear and simple to use and scan. My only doubt is about the inverse chronological order: comments are currently shown on the site in a discendent order while discussion should be better in an ascendent one. not sure if this could confuse the users
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comment Limited threaded system for comments?
I think that could help user in focusing just on a little piece of conversation, without starting too big lateral discussions that could lead to "hard to read" coversation. I generally see that threaded discussions work well in technical and specific context, here I'm searching for a "middle" solution.
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comment Limited threaded system for comments?
thanks Andrè, I'm trying to find an intermediate solution between the flat and threaded mode to fit well with a generalistic website. Threaded mode is very hard to follow and I think it's better for technical and professional context, while flat mode could leave the users with the unfullfilled need of a reply functionality
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awarded  Student
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comment Limited threaded system for comments?
added some considerations to the question. Thanks for the feedback
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awarded  Editor
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revised Limited threaded system for comments?
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comment Limited threaded system for comments?
no, I'm talking about using this kind of implementation in a website, not on StackExchange. I'm searching for feedback on the suggested presentation of comments and replies.
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asked Limited threaded system for comments?