The company I work for is integrating some new users data into our platform and it's brought on a new set of challenges.
One area in which I'm undecided is this:
Users have a set of tags which can be applied to one or many profiles. In my simplistic example below, they are job roles and locations in which they have said role/roles.
Normally an administrator can edit these tags whenever they want but our PO has decided that these should be uneditable if they come from an integration. This has left me with two possible solutions, high levels examples:
Option 1: Show everything but give feedback based on an action i.e. they try to make a change. Pro is accessibility (no need to make opaque or greyed out). As these are rarely edited tags, this seems like a decent solution.
Option 2: Make the "disabled" area opaque/greyed. No need for feedback, although not clear WHY it's uneditable. I think I need to add more context to satisfy the latter point.