Say I have a list of rows in a grid/list/table, where the user can select multiple rows and delete them together. In which case, selecting/focusing which row after deletion gives the most intuitive experience for user?
Some of the answers I can think of:
- Select/focus nothing.
- Select nothing but leave focus on 2nd index (after deletion it would be Id 5 row). I think this is what windows file explorer does.
- Always select the first row.
- Id 3 row - the first row after one of the deleted rows.
- Id 5 row - the first row after the last deleted item.
I find options 1, 2, 3 weird. 5 is the most commonly seen choice?