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"Im dealing in realestate portal and have already implemented one but not sure if that is the best way to do it."

Is it possible to use this existing implementation to do some user testing? That sounds like a great opportunity and probably the best way to find out what to do.

I also suggest having a look at the same EbayeBay page on a smartphone. There is an "apply" button for the refinements in mobile view. This makes sense because the filter takes up the whole screen and smartphones often have less bandwidth.

Except for smartphones, I can imagine there are more situations where a button is preferred. For instance when users want to change many refinements at once. I'm not advocating a button but it just depends on the context. So a test looks like the best way to find out.

Oh and yes, you definitely want to let the user know that the results are being updated.

"Im dealing in realestate portal and have already implemented one but not sure if that is the best way to do it."

Is it possible to use this existing implementation to do some user testing? That sounds like a great opportunity and probably the best way to find out what to do.

I also suggest having a look at the same Ebay page on a smartphone. There is an "apply" button for the refinements in mobile view. This makes sense because the filter takes up the whole screen and smartphones often have less bandwidth.

Except for smartphones, I can imagine there are more situations where a button is preferred. For instance when users want to change many refinements at once. I'm not advocating a button but it just depends on the context. So a test looks like the best way to find out.

Oh and yes, you definitely want to let the user know that the results are being updated.

"Im dealing in realestate portal and have already implemented one but not sure if that is the best way to do it."

Is it possible to use this existing implementation to do some user testing? That sounds like a great opportunity and probably the best way to find out what to do.

I also suggest having a look at the same eBay page on a smartphone. There is an "apply" button for the refinements in mobile view. This makes sense because the filter takes up the whole screen and smartphones often have less bandwidth.

Except for smartphones, I can imagine there are more situations where a button is preferred. For instance when users want to change many refinements at once. I'm not advocating a button but it just depends on the context. So a test looks like the best way to find out.

Oh and yes, you definitely want to let the user know that the results are being updated.

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"Im dealing in realestate portal and have already implemented one but not sure if that is the best way to do it."

Is it possible to use this existing implementation to do some user testing? That sounds like a great opportunity and probably the best way to find out what to do.

I also suggest having a look at the same Ebay page on a smartphone. There is an "apply" button for the refinements in mobile view. This makes sense because the filter takes up the whole screen and smartphones often have less bandwidth.

Except for smartphones, I can imagine there are more situations where a button is preferred. For instance when users want to change many refinements at once. I'm not advocating a button but it just depends on the context. So a test looks like the best way to find out.

Oh and yes, you definitely want to let the user know that the results are being updated.