manassehkatz-Reinstate Monica
2019
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answered Users forgetting to regenerate PDF before sending it
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awarded  Explainer
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answered Is it necessary to add “Any price “ option in budget category if on desktop user search with an open price range?
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comment Is there any reason the discussion is inverted in e-mail threads?
My experiences vary - I'm famous for my one word email replies "Done". But I also write long elaborate, (hopefully) well thought out emails too. It depends on the topic and the audience. Just like phone calls can be "Hi, I'm on my way see you in 5 minutes" or an hour-long conversation, emails can be short or long. Email is a flexible tool. What you do with it is up to you.
Mar
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comment Is there any reason the discussion is inverted in e-mail threads?
I disagree. "send a letter" actually has the same (perceived) disadvantages as email and takes much longer for a communication cycle. A meeting or a phone call has huge advantages in terms of instant, immediate feedback & interaction as well as body language, eye contact, etc. However, "clarifying question takes too long" is not necessarily true for email as the turnaround can be very quick. As far as details, yes they are often better as attachments but can be quite well included in the body of an email. Email's usefulness can vary greatly depending on the users.
Mar
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comment Is there any reason the discussion is inverted in e-mail threads?
Email is not in any way designed or limited to "simple quick facts"
Mar
25
comment Which sentence to use for save my name and email checkbox?
I think 'future' is clearer than 'following'. 'following', to me, more typically means an 'immediate' set of information - e.g., more on the same page.
Mar
25
comment Which sentence to use for save my name and email checkbox?
"future" means "one or more". "next" could imply "only the next one and after that I have 'save' again"
Mar
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comment Which sentence to use for save my name and email checkbox?
“Remember my name and email for future comments” - because it is a given that your name & email are being remembered (aka "saved") now - i.e., the web site will know who you are. "for future comments" makes it clear what the checkbox is for. "Remember my name and email" might be construed to mean "if I check this box then my name & email will be posted and if I do NOT check this box then my comment will be anonymous" which is a very different meaning.
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revised Which sentence to use for save my name and email checkbox?
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answered Which sentence to use for save my name and email checkbox?
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answered Asking users feedback after the checkout drop
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comment What is the best mobile keyboard for alphanumeric input type?
@Crissov I suspect because hese are fundamentally phones. So the standard phone numeric keypad needs to be included for dialing and therefore gets used everywhere else (i.e., no "calculator" option) that a "keyboard" is used, whether for a calculator application, a web page (e.g., numeric input which might be a phone number but might be ordinary numbers), etc. But at least on a couple of Android apps I just checked, the apps use a calculator style keyboard by not using a "keyboard" reference but instead building a clearly different page of their own specific buttons for everything.
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answered How to drive users to allow pop ups on browsers
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answered Where to place asterisk for required fields when the user is scanning for required fields in big forms
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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised Is there a name for this connecting the dot selection pattern?
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20
answered Is there a name for this connecting the dot selection pattern?
Feb
20
comment Why do browsers allow users to open more tabs than it is possible to manage for a good user experience?
@locationunknown I am not a millenial. But I use "page parking" sometimes for shopping or researching and also for news (e.g., search for a topic in Google news, right-click-open-new-tab for each of the articles I'm interested in, then go to each tab and read/close - much less disruptive than the default "opens article in new tab and switches to that tab mode).