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The user is presented with a list of things on the left and a panel with input fields on the right in the app I’m working on. The consumer will go through the list and change the pricing criteria for each item. I’ve been experimenting with various actions in order to make the process simpler and more fluid.
The second is using buttons for “Save & Proceed,” “Save,” and “Cancel.” This allows the user to select whether they only want to save the current item and continue displaying it, or whether they want to save and continue going through the list.
The process would be smoother if users did not experiment with the data. Provide a main sequence for the next button to make it even quicker. If that doesn’t work, you can just have a status indicator next to a ‘next thing’ button, as seen in the pattern below.
“Save” and “Next” are the most popular methods. When you move on to the next level, there’s an implicit expectation that the wizard saves. Showing a “saved” notification “toast” message on the phone would possibly make it clearer.
Save and continue
Collaborative Survey Responses with Save & Continue
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Save & Continue has been used by some of our customers as an out-of-the-box solution to enable multiple survey respondents to work on a single survey response. A survey respondent may use Save & Continue in this way to invite another respondent to complete a response by clicking the Save & Continue option and providing their email address. If you’re going to use Save and Continue in this way, you’ll want to change the Save and Continue tool’s default text to something that makes sense in this situation. Note: If you’re using Save and Proceed in this way, you may want to delete the Back button to prevent previous respondents’ answers from being overwritten. It’s worth mentioning that even if the Back button is disabled, the invited respondent would still be able to edit the previous respondent’s answers on the page where the Save and Continue option was selected.
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Notice that the survey only saves responses up to the point where the Save and Continue button is pressed. Respondents will be taken to the next page after clicking the Save and Continue Later button on the page where they clicked the continuation link in their text.
Respondents’ responses are stored in the database as a partial (incomplete) answer when they press the Save and Continue button. The same answer collection is revised and marked as complete until the respondent continues with the survey and completes it. If respondents do not complete the survey, the answer will be stored as a partial or incomplete response in the database.
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Some surveys can be lengthy, and there are occasions when this is necessary. For your survey respondents, this can be very inconvenient. The save and continue choice in your surveys allows them to pause, save, and restart their survey from where they left it to finish it.
Consider the case of a car maker that wants to reach a new regional market. In the city, no cars have ever been introduced before. They plan to do comprehensive market research to determine what kind of car buyers want and need, as well as how much they are willing to pay. A lengthy survey is needed to obtain such detailed details. Even if they want to, respondents can be hesitant to complete lengthy surveys. With the save and continue option available, they will be able to fill it out in stages without being exhausted or irritated.
Online surveys provide the convenience of being able to respond to them at any time and from any place. This is really convenient because people can complete surveys while driving, eating lunch, and so on. In these instances, save and continue is extremely useful. You don’t have to be worried about dropouts because they can still return and complete the survey. Employees have pressing assignments, deadlines to meet, and so on, so long employee surveys can’t be completed all at once. Employees will restart their surveys where they left off if they save and continue.