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UX for picking tags and then quantities related to them

I don't think the interaction is poorly resolved, but it could be simplified and avoid forcing the user to make unnecessary steps. I would try: When selecting a tag, it must have 1️⃣  exercise by ...
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What's the difference between "Help Center" and "Knowledge Base" sections on a website, if there's any?

In my mind here is how I think of the two: Help Center: Interactive support that tells me how to contact - a live customer support agent or connect to a ChatBot or open a help ticket or email ...
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What's the difference between "Help Center" and "Knowledge Base" sections on a website, if there's any?

Interesting question! Having worked over the last 7 years or so with knowledge Management Systems I have a slightly different take, particularly from an information architecture point of view. ...
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What's the difference between "Help Center" and "Knowledge Base" sections on a website, if there's any?

The knowledge base is a kind of self-service online repository which may or may not contain help center articles, visual guides, frequently asked questions, etc whereas Helpcenter is basically a ...
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UX for picking tags and then quantities related to them

For me you should divide steps: searching tags edit quantity (quantity can be per default 1, or, add a validation when quantity is 0) You can use something similar this in input field, to allow user ...
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