Questions tagged [copywriting]

the art of writing promotional text to make an emotional impression on the reader, usually to encourage a purchase. Don't confuse with the [copyright] tag.

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Assigning workflows on folders

I'm working on a rewrite of our Workflow feature. Workflows are optional, and you can apply workflows only on folders. Folders start with no workflows assigned to them. A folder can be a part of only ...
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A warm label for a feedback button

Hopefully, this is an appropriate question, if not, I'll delete it. I'm working on a new feature and it's been decided that we will include a slideout feedback panel, similar to Hotjar. Currently, ...
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More good microcopy for "absolute change" "relative change"

(I'm not native English speaker, sorry for my broken sentence) We design software for financial trading. The wording of the functions used by traders includes "absolute change" and "...
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CTA label for mobile reporting page

I'm putting together a simple website that allows users to view football-related reports. Users are able to select from 4 report types (player, team, league, country). Depending on which report type ...
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Getting feedback on the the service design element of a UX solution

I'm designing a feedback flow for a touch-less solution of a restaurant system. In this flow users are able to select any aspect they want to give feedback on. how would you address the service design ...
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What's good copy to indicate addition, deletion and updation of employee data?

We are creating a section in the our software that shows all the addition of new employees, deletion of employees who left the company and updates in the personal details of any employees. I am not ...
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“Donate a sum but allow me to take money back” - say shorter

The idea that the donor can take his or her funds back (unless he or she dies or like this or a set time in the future passes), to make it more appealing to donate. So, it is kinda bequest to a ...
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