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What does it possibly mean? Can it be used as 'go back to menu'?

https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/7 dots menudata/icons/social-media-vol-3/24/_dots-512.png

closed as primarily opinion-based by jazZRo, locationunknown, Shreyas Tripathy, Madalina Taina, Wanda Aug 20 at 10:32

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    Do you have a specific UX question where those icons show different test results? Otherwise the question is not really suited for this site. – jazZRo Aug 16 at 11:07
  • This question is not exactly off-topic in my opinion, is just low-quality. In fact, this could be flagged as duplicate and I think the answer can be found here: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/82391/…. If you ask what is the difference, then this is obvious. If you ask what icon should you use and why, please check the link I posted in this comment. – Madalina Taina Aug 17 at 2:12
  • Possible duplicate of Should we use the 3x3 9-dots icon as an apps menu? – Madalina Taina Aug 17 at 2:12
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Regardless of what this is supposed to represent, a user will never intuitively know what it is supposed to be.

It's a representation of somebody losing their Gestalt marbles. (2 to be exact)

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