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This behaviour is similar with the permissions one in the mobile apps. When an app is asking for a permission and they direct you to the apps permissions page to approve a permissions for an app. As a user, I'm always annoyed that I have to find my way to activate that permission. I understand why the mobile OS is not allowing permissions changes from ...


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At a high level I would consider the main difference to be the maturity of the solution. In one case you have presumably a relatively mature existing solution. Work has been done, decisions made and possibly expectations set about the understanding of the problem, including users, technical aspects, content, organisational aspects, information architecture ...


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If users may be interested in tracking the progress, readonly access would be a reasonable option in many cases. For example, after clicking on the tabs, it could say something like: This task is currently assigned to J. Smith. Status: incomplete Of course, it depends on the reason for the access control. It may make more sense to have something like "...


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Users that have no access to a page should not be able to click at it at all. If you let a user click on a button only tell them later that they have no access to its content it can make them frustrated or trust the design less. Some suggestions: I would recommend making the tabs look like a process (maybe with arrows) or at least name them 1. Process one ...


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