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What's the appropriate toast after successful CRUD operation?

I lean strongly toward concision in communication. Which you choose depends on the rest of your UI. Without further context, I would suggest option 3, which is the approach we take in our own style ...
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What's the appropriate toast after successful CRUD operation?

I respectfully disagree with the other answers. Foo barred parses ambiguously in English: does it mean that the foo was barred or that the foo did the barring? How many possible meanings does ...
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What's the appropriate toast after successful CRUD operation?

None. Giving a toast every time an <action> has been successfully performed, is annoying and wasteful of the user's time. Instead of a toast on success, if there is a failure to perform the &...
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Should I issue a toast when something is copied to clipboard?

Ideally, just show it above the text or copy icon, in some tooltip. This is how Font Awesome do it (check also github, they do the same): Indeed as you said, the toast would be an overkill for such a ...
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Success Toast VS Modal

Success Toast or Modal? Modal window will require close action while the toast won't. In other words, the interaction cost will be lower for toasts. They will just show up inform the user and ...
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What's the appropriate toast after successful CRUD operation?

<preamble> One of the most important goals of your UI should be to allow the user to perform what they want with as little friction as possible. Effective feedback is a key aspect of this. The ...
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Success Toast VS Modal

Building on what Kristiyan said in suggesting Toast's, I would suggest that you add in an activity feed, so the user can check back if they miss the toast being dismissed or the other option is to ...
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Toasts on big screens - how to improve noticeability

When you say 'toast' message I assume they are low priority feedback messages displayed on the screen immediately after users actions and disappear after 3-5 seconds. The name can be confusing as ...
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When to show a toast message in Settings page

As I stated with one of my previous answer and it's thought like a default case for questions, users are mentally expect their action's result immediately or in a limited time frame relatively. To ...
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Top Notification versus Central Notification

I have discovered that according to the Nielsen Norman Group, "Unlike validation, notifications may not be directly tied to user input or even to the user’s current activity in the system, but ...
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When should a toast arise in web app?

Answering your first question: When should a toast arise in web app? A toast should arise directly after: a user action has been completed the system is now under a new state (e.g. error, ...
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What's the best way to show a user that a field is tappable?

If you are opening a new screen when tapped on rows, you could show arrow icon towards right side of the row.
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What feedback to give to users about why drag & drop does not work here?

Maybe draw the documents different, if a filter is set. With filter, it looks like a list. It is uncommon to be able to drag and drop in a regular list. Without a filter, draw them like objects (with ...
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Should I use error toast to show error codes?

Toasts are temporarily visible. They disappear after a few seconds or can be manually dismissed by the user. (If this is not the case, they are possibly an annoyance to your users). So you can't rely ...
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Toast Notification Placement

Well, it depends. If the actions being performed are crucial and users must know if their actions have successfully been completed or failed, positioning them in the centre is the best way. However, ...
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What feedback to give to users about why drag & drop does not work here?

I would change the cursor to "unavailable" cursor when the user attempts to drag the item, & show a tooltip at the same location instead of a toast message ("turn off filters to use ...
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When should a toast arise in web app?

From my UX viewpoint, notifications as toasts are good once I'm as a end-user is informed with something that is not so important or I'm surely aware of it as I triggered it explicitly, AND there is ...
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Stack or use multiple notification toasts

A very interesting read from https://www.nngroup.com about notifications, indicators and validations. In interaction design, a system should always keep users informed, by providing ...
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What's the best way to show a user that a field is tappable?

Try testing the smallest effective difference with your users. If some of the rows are offering details on touch, you can test with your users if a link color works. Since the whole row is tappable, ...
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Show progress dialog or do task in background?

I feel you need to refer the UX.stackexchange.com, after submitting the comments, it shows process icon with message. For submission of article, showing the progress/process icon would be better. ...
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Show progress dialog or do task in background?

I like HKYL's suggestion, but I would add that even if something is happening in the background, you should indicate that it is happening to the user, no matter what the conditions are. For some ...
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