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Im new here & I have come in search of a few answers that I might have in lines of UI/UX.

Current approach:

I'm in the process of creating a Web app and it has multiple Screens which can be navigated between with the help of the Nav Bar on the left. Users who initially signup/login would land on a Dashboard. From there they would navigate to a screen called "organisations" via the Nav menu as shown below.

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After the user fills in details in this screen he is expected to click the "Submit" Button on the top right. Then a Modal comes up providing the user a hotlink to go to the "Proposals" Screen. Proposals Screen below:

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Once the User fills the "Proposal Details" on this screen he is expected to hit "Submit Proposal" button on the top right as well.

Problem to Solve:

How to combine both "Submit Organisation" button & "Submit Proposal" button into a single function button which does both the actions in one click?

Flow is -> 1st Org Details then 2nd Proposal.

My Personal Thinking:

let Both "Submit" buttons work separately. (or) reword the buttons into "send for approval" on respective screens & then after "button" is clicked on Proposals screen take user to Dashboard where they can do a combined "Submit" of Org. details & Proposals.

Please do let me know what would be a good approach to this / as well as if my thinking is correct or not. Feedback is highly appreciated and I look forward to learning from everyone here!

Thanks & Regards SA

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