I have a simple setup for this scenario...
- A page that lists all "playing seasons".
- Each season in the list has two buttons on the far right, an "Open" and a "Delete" button
- The "Open" button takes the user to a second page that loads that specific season and provides detailed information, as well as the ability to edit the season.
My question is around the button label "Open". "Opening" a season could actually confuse a user, because in this domain "Opening" a season is a real thing. You open or close a playing season.
"Edit" doesn't seem appropriate, because the second page lets you do much more than edit. You can see details, statistics, and edit if you want to.
View isn't really great...it seems to "vague" of a term, and you can do more than "view" on that page.
Ideas? What's a good word for a button that takes the user to an instance of an item from a list of items?
I'm inclined not to have a button for this, but instead to open the season when the user clicks the row. My concern there is that it's not entirely obvious at first that the user can click the row to go to that particular season.
Or maybe "Details"?