Take the classical top-left go-back button on mobile apps.
The main two issues with it are:
- Having to press a lot of times when you want to go far back
- Not being able to go forward in case you missed the screen you wanted to go back to
With this in mind, I'm tempted to introduce a long-press history popup on the go-back button, so the user can skip to exactly where they want.
Of course, we all know that long-press is not really intuitive.
The question: does having a tool-tip automatically introduce this feature to the user make my UX design bad?