I am designing a wizard about adding events on a calendar. The last step of the wizard is the summary of the user's choices.
Is it obligatory to use it, or can I skip it?
PS. Number of Steps with Summary: 4.
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I would say it depends on how complex the questions are on each page. 4 pages is not a lot so users should be able to remember what they have entered given that each page is asking simple questions.
However I would rather ask myself, whether I really need a wizard for adding an event to a calendar? Wizards are good for splitting up complex tasks, but that doesn't really sound like something that is complex.