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There seems to be enough evidence to show that people scroll. I would therefore not limit myself to only using tabs. Maybe the connection between content above and below the fold is not strong enough which leads to people not scrolling. You could also introduce CTA ("Reduce Carbon Footprint") to automatically scroll the user to the relevant section ...


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In reality, a user should not be creating duplicate questions. What is the point in asking somebody the same question multiple times? Also, what is the point in asking somebody the same question multiple times? If the user wants to copy the description as a template because most of it will be reused each time, then I would recommend good old "copy 'n' ...


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A common pattern for this sort of thing is "bulk edit"; essentially the ability to multi-select items (usually with a checkbox) and then having an Edit button that allows changing them all at once. So maybe you could do something similar by letting users check each question they want to change and making the edits in a single screen. Not a form ...


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