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Depending on which application or company asked you for a password reset it is usually a matter of convenience. When it comes to designing these kinds of flows, usually little priority is given, as it would be seen as an edge case. A case like this is not a primary feature of a website or app and is therefore treated with less urgency. From a UX standpoint ...


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It's hard to be sure but it looks like the user doesn't have any option other than closing it for 30 days. If your only option in the "Close" button is to "Hide for 30 days", why make it a two-step process? Simply inform the user that the ad would be hidden for 30 days once they hit the close button. You can use the card itself to display that info by ...


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Answers to your questions, IMO are; You cannot know if this is a common practice, as it probably depends upon company The same goes for the reason it is done that way It could be bad UX. Not sure how actually bad, but when user forgets password it is his "fault" and he needs to perform an action. Here user can interpret it is websites "fault" and ...


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It sounds like what most likely happened is they did not want to do extra development to set up in place a different flow. Now I consider there were two options, one to create a different flow and the second one to do some extra development. But what would the benefits of a better flow be ? People are familiar with the forgot password flow, it is not a ...


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