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The user must be able to set a date, in which case a certain event will happen on that date. Or don't set anything and the event won't happen. A couple of ideas:

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I prefer 1 for compactness but I'm not sure it's clear when the checkbox is unchecked.

3 I think it is the clearest but on the other hand it is very verbose and consumes a lot of space

windows setting solves the problem with 4. clicking on the text description of the date opens a new ui (which I don't particularly like). the interesting thing is the toggles, that alongside have a description of the current state

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Is there a best practice in this regard?

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I would pick 3. Is the clearest option. Keep in mind that options 1 and 2 need the part with "The thing that has to happen"

Option 2 is a little bit confusing as the checkbox is inside the date selector and not close to the label.

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  • yes, but as I said, it consumes a lot of screen real estate. moreover, dedicating so much space to this option seems to give it a higher importance than other options when in reality it is not true. there must be something equally clear but less verbose.
    – user8884
    Jun 15 at 7:56
  • I would pick 3 too for you use case. I would pick 1 if this were a search among planned events, and the date were an optional criterion.
    – Medinoc
    Jun 15 at 9:44

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