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The first one feels more natural. The typical flow is: Define a Goal Make a decision Confirm. In your first flow the user defines their goal: "Change my plan." Their next expectation will likely be "What are my options?" and once they've indicated their intent to pick a different plan, the confirmation reassures them their goal has been reached and ...


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User has every right to check the plans anytime so, I don't think Option 2 is feasible. Once the user selects any plan, then only the confirmation modal should show up.


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It's more of a question which i have in my mind (containing some answer to all other answers talking about security), that i add to the answer list... and i'm adding to the already asked question complexity. There are so many ways we are reviewed here... but every single one has a flow, let review: I won't let user to perform forget password. The account ...


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