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Is having an additional checkbox to select all redundent and add unneeded complexity? The user frequently (maybe 40% of the time) selects numbers 1-33 as option so I would like to add a checkbox that selects those numbers. However it is not hard to select all then uncheck L and 34-62. So I don't know if I'm wasting time here making it worse. The user would be educated on what the new T box does so that is not a problem.

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This is a question for your users. I encourage A/B testing, one with the 1-33 checkbox, one without.

But if I were you, I think the 40% data is enough to convince stakeholders that a 1-33 checkbox would be helpful.

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  • Nothing that formal honestly I can do whatever I want just making something for internal department use.
    – bakalolo
    Sep 11 at 3:01
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    Well, UX isn't UX without data. Ask your users even if they're internal. Sep 11 at 4:35

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