Questions tagged [toast]

A toast is a small message popping up from the bottom of the screen, like a bread toaster, which usually automatically disappears.

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When to show a toast message in Settings page

In a Settings page, what would be an acceptable practice when it comes to showing toast messages to the user to notify about changes applied? On exiting after change of settings in a particular ...
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Toast notification above the content or floating

I'm working on a mobile app, and am trying to figure out how to display recoverable and unrecoverable errors in context with a list. If a list of items are fetched in the initial request, and a ...
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When should a toast arise in web app? [closed]

When should a toast arise in web app (need psychological suggestion)? Why Add to favorite action has no toast, while Archive or Delete actions have ones? Toasts or snackbars are used for low-priority ...
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Toasts on big screens - how to improve noticeability

Our webapp uses toast notifications to inform the user about the results of their action. They are displayed in the bottom right corner. The problem is that I use a big screen - 32 inch - and the ...
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Stack or use multiple notification toasts

I’ve seen it many times before where you’re on a website and you get a notification which comes in the form of a toast, if you perform the same action another toast will appear and it will push the ...
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What's the best way to show a user that a field is tappable?

I have an Android application that displays information row by row. Like below Field                   &...
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What's the appropriate toast after successful CRUD operation?

Assume we have a website or mobile app, that has e.g. a list of messages. User can add/delete/edit a message. After making an operation user receives a toast that operation has succeeded. What's the ...
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Success Toast VS Modal

Success Toast or Modal? web desktop/tablet User is on detailed page and clicks review > review takes user to a page with outliers > user completes actions on page > user clicks CTA Reviewed > User is ...
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Show progress dialog or do task in background?

Example: User can write an article and when the user wants to submit it (send to server) how should the app handle that? Should it just show a progress dialog and while the dialog is shown restrict ...
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How long should a temporary notification (toast) appear?

For our intranet application we have little notification messages (toasts) that indicate successful operations like "information saved," "logged out" etc. Most of them are not important enough to ...