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Wizard At least that's what you call it on desktop. Example: https://gytis.co.uk/case-study/mobile-wizard-design-pattern-ux-case-study/


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Mobile app walkthrough or a tutorial.


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Rather than make the user try and decode the button's meaning based on the one word, perhaps you could use the standard X button, for the very reasons outlined in my answer to the question Why is a cancel "X" icon required if there is already a "Cancel" option in a modal? The X button is an almost universal shortcut escape to 'get me out ...


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You absolutely should not use “add appointment” in this case. Your system obviously has a facility to create new appointments, as that’s how the user got here. So you cannot be surprised if the user interprets “add” to mean “create a new record (and cancel the one you are currently creating)”. You might think it is clear from the user interface language you’...


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Grammatically speaking, "appointment" requires a determiner. We've gotten so used to menu items sounding like Zork commands that it seems normal, but we have determiners for a reason: they decrease ambiguity. If you say "add an appointment", that clearly means to create a new appointment. If you say "add this appointment", it ...


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You haven't given enough context of if customers will be using this or would it be internal staff. The text would also depend on the UI it is on. I'd recommend you use "Book Appointment" or "Create Appointment" Also If you were later considering making changes to your appointment, then you might have to consider using 'save' to save ...


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If the action is to 'Book Appointment', I would stick to having the exact text that describes the action as the button label. This article might help you. However, to answer your question above, I personally believe 'Save Appointment' is better than 'Add Appointment'. Unless the 'Add Appointment' would indicate adding the appointment into a calendar/to-do/...


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Since we don't have any visual mocks to go by, here's a quick thought on your question; I'll adjust my answer if it's off the mark, or you provide more details. Starting an interaction: Add or + Appointment is a fairly standard pattern for creating a new instance of an object (in this case an appointment object). Ending an interaction: Save or Save ...


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