Currently I'm designing the behaviour of a service into a SaaS; this service force the upgrade of the apps built with the SaaS platform
I have a drop-down list with existing versions (1.0 - 1.1 - 1.2) of the app and I have a toggle to activate / inactivate the service force update.
The developer team wants to remove this toggle in order to trigger the activation directly selecting the number version from the drop-down list. Using modals, I manage the confirmation/cancel the action (activate force update/inactivate force update)
My questions are : . This behaviour could be adapted to the use? Does this choice weird in UX ?
- To manage the case : inactivate service, I will add a element "inactivate" into the drop-down list. Is it a good practice?
Image above, e.g. I selected an Android number version of drop-down list. This selection launch a confirm /cancel window (image below)