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awarded  Yearling
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comment Editing multiple entries in a list - should you disable dynamic sorting?
Thanks for the clarifying, definitely confirms the answer then. If you're dealing with longer entries of various heights then the cognitive load of going through those entries & scrolling each time they're sorted, is much greater, & you would never want to do that automatically. Combined with the 2nd point (running through their task first), the best approach is to provide an easy way for users to sort the list manually. If its important that users see sorted data before they leave this page or interaction (after all changes), then you can highlight the button or flag it after the 1st change.
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awarded  Caucus
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answered Accessibility with aria-live and referencing other parts of a page
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answered Editing multiple entries in a list - should you disable dynamic sorting?
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awarded  Yearling
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answered How do Notifications affect User Behavior?
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answered Best Practices for Displaying Chosen Filters
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answered Any ideas for a 'Today' icon?
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answered Dynamically Adding Fields For Searching Upon User Entry
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answered Any UX logic for the background colors of iPhone text messages?
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awarded  Enlightened
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comment How do you give your user options without overloading them?
I would go with a second checkbox in this case. And to your point, I don't think there is a a way around this interview since as you mentioned, all of these choices are useful in one way or another. It's just a matter of decreasing the prominence of lesser used actions. Otherwise you would have to forego functionality for simplicity
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered How do you give your user options without overloading them?
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answered Multiple Items Settings
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comment How to design a screen in which users must choose a value from a list of options for each row in a 500 row table?
Glad to help :)
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awarded  Teacher
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answered How to design a screen in which users must choose a value from a list of options for each row in a 500 row table?