I have an app where the user can set some stuff and there's an 'advanced options' button where the user can set secondary options that aren't required to complete the primary task.
Some internal people want to list the options that are set so the user can quickly check to see if anything is set.
It seems a little counterintuitive to disclose options just to list them underneath the button.
Is this bad practice?
What common conventions are used to show the user that advanced options other than the default are set?