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'View previous replies' on Instagram and LinkedIn... but why?

It probably means that they want to encourage novelty over discussion. See this other question for some more general discussion on comment-order Display comments order - best practice.
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Recommendations about avatars?

You have mentioned some great options. Each option fulfil a different kind of need and are not directly comparable. Here are some pros and cons of these options: 1 Random unique preselected imagess ...
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Can we use "Continue with Email" instead of signup/login?

In my opinion, it is a little convoluted. The word continue creates cognitive overload in this situation. First of all, I have to start guessing what is the difference between logging and continuing ...
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First Name & Last Name VS Given Name & Family Name

It depends on your target market. The combination of "First name" and "Last name", in this instance, is unambiguous to a wider international audience, as not all users are familiar with "Family name" ...
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First Name & Last Name VS Given Name & Family Name

A small tip for those wondering Given name is the same as First name. Answer in two lines You can either go with "How do you prefer to be addressed?" or "Herr Schmitt! We've decided to ...
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Is it a good UX practice to have social sharing buttons on a mobile website?

Most likely it depends on the context and the intention for your app/business, as well as the incentives the user has for such actions. Intentions: If we're just individuals making an app and growing ...
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'View previous replies' on Instagram and LinkedIn... but why?

You'd have to ask them. They might not know either. Corporate Inertia may well mean that whoever did decide to do it this way has long since left the company. And no one has questioned it since...
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Should users be given a way to link a password after social auth?

If the email is already captured (from social authentication), you could send a "set new password" email and ask the user to start the process from there. Interestingly, Pinterest doesn't ...
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What makes the elevator experience so awkward?

Let's ask some initial questions: Why is it awkward? Is it always awkward? And if it isn't always awkward what makes one trip awkward and another not? Let's observe common scenarios: Friendly ...
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First Name & Last Name VS Given Name & Family Name

Given the current state of social media in 2019, companies like Google and Facebook have an incentive to get users to provide more detailed names. Prompting for specific parts of a complete name is a ...
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What should happen if a social login user tries to reset their password?

When you enter an email on the "forgot password" page, there should be a message saying something like "Thanks! If there's an account associated with this email, we'll send the password ...
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How to prevent from creating an obsolete account for a returning user

I think the primary questions are: is there any possibility to use the app without login? does the user remember that he has used the app before? Assuming the answers are 1)no , 2)yes So just ...
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Thresholds in Social Proof

No, it's not taboo to hide the element until it receives a certain amount of votes – Reddit hides votes on new posts, as an example, to encourage users to cast votes independently and avoid a ...
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A question regarding registration form, social login and checkboxes

Separate the login and the sign up form IMO it is weird that the login/sign up is the same form for social logins. As a user I would be confused as to why I always have to accept the terms&...
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Which facebook design should you use for facebook login?

I am not a Facebook developer but my guess is that they are taking their time deploying the new design to their different teams. If I were in your situation I would definitely use the newer guidelines....
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Is it a good UX practice to have social sharing buttons on a mobile website?

This is an interesting topic and article. I understand that space is a constraint in mobile apps but I feel, we should provide an option for sharing. If sharing in social media is relevant to the ...
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Multiple groups or one group per category

When researching user flows for complex information sharing, I've always been able to validate the need for flexibility in allowing users to group their data in a way that's most relevant to them, and ...
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Multiple groups or one group per category

It depends on the scope of the social networking site and how much control you are willing to give to the users. If the scope (target audience) is niche enough and you can define a set of categories ...
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Multiple groups or one group per category

The underlying question is what is the relationship between users of your social media site? Your single group examples, StackExchange and Quora, are Q&A sites exclusively. Users interact based on ...
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Common email pitfalls for social login integrations

Some services like facebook provide means of notification when a user deauthorizes your application, this might also indicate deletion (Via a Web callback). You could load the E-Mail adress using the ...
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Some stats about social networks used by iOS/Android users?

As of 2016 the number of US users of the Facebook app has reached 47 million a month on iOS and 55 million on Android. Facebook is the most popular app on iOS and it is only number 3 on Android. ...
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Social box with icons: which text to add? (Follow, connect with us, official page...)

I would have been able to help better if I had like a screenshot to understand the exact placing of the content, but here is my opinion from the insights I gathered here. If you want the user to ...
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Social box with icons: which text to add? (Follow, connect with us, official page...)

I have an very completely diffrent attitude than hsawires! In my opinion you dont "should", you MUST set a title for this elements. As a user I was already several times in the situation that I just ...
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Social box with icons: which text to add? (Follow, connect with us, official page...)

In my opinion. you shouldn't put any text titling your social media icons, because of the wide spreading of using social media website it is so obvious to the user right now that those icons are your ...
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