I am working on a web app and there's this section where the user can add devices (desktop, tablet, phone) that they are using to play games along with some technical specifications - it's a game-related app. But that's not what's important here.
I am wondering what's the difference (and if any way is better) between naming the section "My devices" vs "Your devices" vs just "Devices" to avoid this drama or perhaps something else even.
EDIT: That came up in a comment, but I feel like this will clear up things a little bit, so I am adding a little more details around the question.
Right next to "Devices" I have another section - "Motivation letter" (again - my/your/blank) which then below has a little instruction saying: "Write here why you think you should be the one that...". And it's hard to replace this instruction with something of a First Person I guess. So I have two things near each other and that's why I felt uncertain of my first choice - "My devices".
So would/wouldn't it be wrong to have "My motivation letter" and then the instruction "Write here why you think..." ?