Working on a problem where I have to be able to select/enable various levels for an individual item (box).
Perhaps what I have is not that bad. Issue is there might be 10+ items (box) in the list, so I feel this would be clunky to drop down the items to config for each item.
Wondering if anyone has run into this type of UX before. I was also contemplating to maybe be able to click the level circles and they can toggle between nothing (white), Blue or green.
I do think, however, this is not intuitive and some discovery would be needed. I don't think I am a fan of that. But let me know your thoughts.
Basic UX flow:
- You would add the "item" to the list, all levels would be unselected (white)
- Now I need to config the item to have 2 blue, 3 green
This is already on an edit page, so I cannot toogle an edit mode where the dots change to say checkboxes.
Edit: This is for a training app: So Levels are just different difficulty of questions in this item. Green we can say is regular daily training, and blue we can say is some type of onboarding. That help?