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In principle, I wouldn’t change or modify user action without their consent. Modifying search filters through a reset, adding or removing filters should be left to users rather than the system inline with heuristics (User Control and freedom) Worth noting that filter reset functionality is typically introduced when there is far too many filters to ...


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It totally depends upon the context of using filters. In typical e-commerce products the filter resembles user's preference (size, type, colour, etc to name few). You might need to ask this question to yourself: is there any value addition for users if the filters are applied? If yes then how many such use cases are covered? If not then you have your ...


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What about creating an aggregator (or parent category) where you can split those 23 categories in some "groups". Let's say you have 6 groups and divide those 23 categories on them. Those 6 groups become tabs and the 3 or 4 categories that are under this tab will some labels that represent the titles of their respective subcategories. Please see an example ...


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I think the best way to do this is to have the left side of the screen just for the filters and have them in a collapsed accordion. Try grouping the filters in 2 groups:Most & less used filters. This way you can decide which ones are opened by default and the order of your filter. Here are some link that can help you: Best UX approach for filtering ...


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