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I think, displaying forms in steps is better experrience


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Interesting problem. Option A you have above makes it very clear except that I've seen many people getting confused with the toggle buttons to understand what is selected. They do get it eventually but just causes that moment of friction. So maybe having a traditional radio button or dropdown. Also something to consider would be to have a ready link that ...


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First of all, minimal javascript is required to facilitate deselection for each radio in the document: function toggleRadio(event) { if(event.target.type === 'radio' && event.target.checked === true) { setTimeout(()=>{ event.target.checked = false; },0); } } document.addEventListener('mouseup', toggleRadio); demo Case for ...


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According to the North American Numbering Plan the official format for the US is NPA-NXX-XXXX (NPA = Area code, NXX-XXXX = Subscriber number). However, in Canada sometimes the country code is required for dialing. As a result it's safe to add the country code automatically to numbers in North America. It's important to make sure users understand that this ...


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Please do not use the red Alert message (screenshot #2). The described use case is for inline validation. If needed, you can add help or hint with instructions on where to get information or how to add value, etc. Please review the following articles, where you will find a comprehensive answer to your question: The Trick to Writing Error Messages That Won’t ...


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If I understand your question correctly, you have a form with a set of fields and on saving the form, you are processing it in a way that one or more fields are set to a NULL value. It would be interesting to know why you want to set the values to NULL in the first place. But I can see a couple of possibilities here. If you are setting blank fields or the ...


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How would a user see the instant results? In this context, I don't think it's possible in any way for the user to see instant results, since the mobile screen is such a small screen anyway. You'd have to focus on the filters (i.e. make them a page distinct from the results page) for this to work properly. Taking a page from Tokopedia Would they have to go &...


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I'd make the delete button clickable 2 times, changing the label for the second state. (delete) -> click -> (! confirm delete) -> click -> finally deleted You can play with the second state style to look more destructive and capture attention. If you need to display a lot of content for the deletion confirmation: Navigate inside the modal. So ...


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Dialog box on top of a modal should be avoided. From what you have described (i.e that you can't change the structure of your page and modal windows at the moment) I concur with Roman and Izquierdo that "Undo" option would be the best way to go in this situation of yours:


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I see several ways to solve this problem: I agree with Izquierdo you should not design a table inside a pop-up window. But whatever the reason you have to do that please follow the next options. Design it as you described earlier and then test it (the simple one). If users are frustrated consider another interaction. It shouldn't be real code ...


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Answer: Prompts We're dealing with sensitive data here, so we should prompt the user before they try to do something dangerous. First, reverse the check box from option B. Have the default be sending individual emails and have a toggle to send the email in a single email. As in, option B but reversed. That makes sure the least destructive option is the ...


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Note: The better suggestion is below EDIT, but only if it is technically possible. Since the extra button makes things overly complicated just omit it. You can add the "Close tab" option next to the "Create another" option: Or add the options in a dropdown if this takes too much space. In my opinion doing this only makes sense if closing ...


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