I'm having a bit of trouble with wording on a title for a feature I'm building for an app. I have 3 options which seems correct at first view, but I really don't think I'm getting the correct wording for what I want.
As you can see, it's very simple, just a connection detected. This connection is an external device, and users can have more than 1 device connected to the app, however this won't be the norm and in general they'll have only one (just in case it helps to an answer)
Also, the ability to connect a device is a desired thing for users, and there are emotional, usability and practical rewards to this. HOWEVER, there might be users with no connected devices, so I don't want to belittle them or their experience. This is a very important concern.
The body has the following text and some additional options:
"your account has [X] device(s) connected"
Finally, this is an informative message that shows at any time, not just when the connect action is performed.
What I have so far is this, but absolutely open to suggestions:
what I see in these 3 options:
Sounds to me like a result of an immediate action
Sounds a bit too generic (what device?)
While this is the one I like the most, sounds a bit cold
On top of all this, and related to the above, I have to show a different message to users who have no connected devices. What I have so far, and this really could use some help, because they sound too negative:
- No devices connected
- No devices found
- You have no devices connected
- Which version seems more appropriate for connected devices?
- How can I improve message for users with no connected devices?