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Conflict between sidebar and tables with many columns

You can collapse the sidebar and not rely only on icons but also on tooltips that show up while hovering on the icon.
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Is giving the user imprecise information good UX?

It's About the Big Picture 'Imprecise' is one way of putting it - 203,000 in lieu of a more accurate 202,986 views. 'Order of Magnitude' is another way of looking at it. Excessive detail, especially ...
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Is giving the user imprecise information good UX?

I think youtube does this because it's easier to look at like 203k than 203.542. So the user doesn't get overwhelmed by so many different big numbers. Also the impact of say 542 on 203k is way less ...
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What methods can be used to give additional important information in a web app/page on mobile?

I think one way to solve this issue would be to use a drop-down feature. It is much less obtrusive and continues the flow of the page. If a user wants to collapse it back, then they can easily tap the ...
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On a knowledgebase homepage, how much information is too much?

Tl;dr: The links to specific articles within a category can be helpful for context - to guide novice users to understand the meaning of the category. But if space is an issue, it is more key to ensure ...
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On a knowledgebase homepage, how much information is too much?

First shot - since there is not information about your users in the question - please add if you like to get more specific answers: To me, that depends on the familiarity of your users with the ...
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