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Asking a user to confirm the correctness of input either from the system or from the user themselves

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(and as with task models - they represent real-world behaviour, not a system realisation): A user made a decision to unsubscribe. A user requests to unsubscribe. A user gets confirmation that the … unsubscription was successful. Now 3 can easily be provided by the unsubscribe page - there is really no need for a confirmation email. Sure, as Code Maevrick mentioned, if the subscription is paid …
answered Feb 19 '14 by Izhaki
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, let's register". "Fill in a few details". "Oh! I need to verify my email, let's check my inbox." "No, not there yet." "Hmm... let's click here see what happens." "Ooops, no more Resend confirmation … email - here's that resend confirmation email again". (after 20 minutes, option 2) "Right, doesn't seem I got an email, what do I do?" "Let try to register again" "Type in my email address, password …
answered May 27 '14 by Izhaki
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Delete with confirmation Delete with confirmation looks like this: Assuming the user tries to get from 1 to 3 (ie, she intended to perform action 2), the user has no interest in step 2b. We put …
answered Jan 14 '15 by Izhaki
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The convention is to use 'edit' to unlock editing capabilities, and save to save edits. Consider: You can argue that once changes has been made by the user - edits have been already carried out. Wh …
answered Aug 5 '13 by Izhaki
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'Save anyway' will suffice here. One control, two actions In essence, the core of the problem is that you are reusing a control for two different actions: save, and confirmation. User may experiences …
answered Sep 17 '14 by Izhaki