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The filter rules should definitely be applied, otherwise look at the data will give the impression that the filter does not work correctly. However, you are right to be cautious as immediately hiding the record might make the user think that it hasn't added correctly and they might try to do it again and add a duplicate. I would suggest that you handle this ...


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Context helps the user navigate these scenarios. In Case 1, the user knows that color is an "Or" filter because shoes are not likely to be both red and blue. In case 2, the user knows it's an "And" filter because a hotel room can easily have both wifi and and a balcony. You can strengthen these to be even more intuitive with additional ...


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Since space in full screen applications is often an issue, choice A seems to work fine. A dialog is temporal, and won't add clutter to the UI. 'Custom' implies more UI/interaction You can also use a UI hint that custom... will bring up an additional dialog if you have concerns about surprise. In addition, we offer other preset date ranges like - Any time, ...


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Note: This answer is based on the fact you don't have any user feedback at this time. Go with the drop down filter, not the tabs. As you have rightly said, the benefit of the tabs approach is easier for the user in that it turns a 2-click process, into a 1-click process. However, this is only really going to be beneficial if the user is expected to change ...


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Good question to go with. Also I am sure you have a good assumption and empathy towards the design decisions too. I agree to your statement on it takes 1 interaction more to filter from dropdowns. The second image is similar to a Chip that is designed and defined in Material Design System. [https://material.io/components/chips#filter-chips] Do take a look at ...


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I know that I may sound dumb for saying this, and I know that you didn't exactly ask, but another part of date filters that always bothers me is when the month index is omitted from the input. Everytime I fill out a credit card form that just lists the name of the month I have map the month number on my card to the month name. It's a minor inconvenience, and ...


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The biggest thing is that "Clear" shouldn't appear out of nowhere and stretch the other elements. At first, I'll wonder whether I can easily clear these fields or not. And once I enter some data, in the best case, I'll be disoriented as my targets shift. In the worst case, I'll misclick "Apply" when I meant to click "Year". ...


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Okay, here is one thing you can try and test with users. Have all courses listed as disabled tokens initially. As users select semesters, enable corresponding course tokens. So, at any given point, all courses will be visible, and those fall in selected semesters will look like enabled/highlighted. Thus, if no semesters are selected, all course labels will ...


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Consider to not use a calendar date picker. Take a step back and try to figure out how people are going to use this filter. How far back are they likely to choose the "from" date? If this can be years, a date picker can make that very inconvenient. Is it a possibility that users just want to select a year and not be bothered with selecting a month and a day ...


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This depends a lot on the type of data you want to filter. For analytics, the default is usually the last 7 days. For photos, files I think it can be usually 1 month. It will be good if you have some data related to this. How may photos your users take per day? Why do they filter photos per date? Per example, my phone is grouping my photos pe month and is ...


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When you have a filter control like this one, you're providing the user a tool that they can wield at their own will. If you were to look at the data, perhaps you could find a pattern as to what a user is most likely to choose, but I bet you wouldn't find one clear use case. Then, if you can't pick a sensible default based on how your users will use the ...


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