I’m building an app for smartphones. A feature in the app requires users to enter an address. Normally, the user would touch the text input field and type it in using the system keyboard, but the user can also double tap the input field which brings up a list of saved addresses. The problems are 1) how to add to saved addresses 2) how to remove from saved addresses Possible solutions:
1) After the user manually types in the address the first time, an icon can appear beside it to save it to the address book 2) This is where I’m stuck. There could be a small x on the right side of the button with each address. But the user may accidentally delete it when trying to use the address. I also though of using swiping to delete an entry. My question is, how does a user know an item is swipable and that it means to delete it?
We already have the list with the saved addresses, but it looks a little different from what I could show with the mockup (for example the list items look more like buttons so the user would know they're clickable).