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Re: Multi-step Review Before Submission proposed 2.2 SC

From: Steve Lee <stevelee@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2020 16:13:54 +0000
To: public-cognitive-a11y-tf@w3.org
Message-ID: <96589cd0-d8df-dec8-a397-74b9a5106f9a@w3.org>
To answer my own question as I go through the Plain English Summary

"They noticed this at a later step when trying to book a hotel. The user 
needs to correct the mistake then, and not wait for the confirmation 
just prior to submission. If the user is not able to check for and 
correct a mistake immediately, they run the risk of forgetting their 
mistake later on or abandoning the whole process."



On 11/02/2020 16:03, Steve Lee wrote:
> This SC was originally called 'undo errors' and I wanted to check that 
> the current form was still acceptable to the Task Force.
> "For multiple-step information submission processes, all of the 
> following are true:
>   * A summary of all entries made is available before final submission
> * The individual entry steps are all identified and the each entry can 
> be updated through a clearly labelled action
> "
> As it is written it can be passed by providing a summary at the very end 
> after all steps and which provides routes to review and edit the entries 
> made in each step.
> If there is a requirement to allow editing of previous entries from any 
> step then we need to reword it.
> Note that if the summary is only at the end the user will not be able to 
> correct mistakes without filling in all the remaining steps, unless each 
> step can be skipped.
> Thoughts please
> Steve
Received on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 16:13:58 UTC

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