Please see example video link. I'm already on a dialog screen then when I deleted the task it shows again another dialog. Is this a good UX? any thought?
Thanks guys :)
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You can solve this problem by not requiring confirmation to delete. Instead perform the requested action and provide the option to undo, which does not require a modal.
User should only be presented with a confirmation to delete if the item being deleted will be impossible or very difficult to recreate or if it cannot be retrieved from trash.
More discussion at Deletion: Confirm or Undo? Which is the better option and why?
I think it is OK to show simple confirm, input, info, alert modal dialog's on top of a complex workflow dialog's like create, edit, search, etc.
And it is not a good idea to show any other dialog on top of elementary dialog's. And overall it is good to restrict overall dialog/overlay count to 3 or less.
Above that it is difficult for majority of the users to get(comprehend) the nested context of actions and objects on which they are acting.