Is there an established best practice, backed up by research, that deals with an empty state with multiple CTA for the same action?
For example, this empty state from Dropbox:
There are multiple ways to 'Create a folder'. However, I'm concerned that if a user learns on first usage that the way to create a folder is to click the blue 'Create a Folder' button on the right, will the user not be confused when this button disappears when the empty state is no longer empty?
I am thinking it might be best to show an arrow to a button, 'Click here to create a folder' to teach the user an action that will remain consistent - that button will always be where a user goes to create folders.