Re: new wording for Undo

I think the use case is inclined in "Users can undo actions, return to the previous context"

Do you see a problem with that?

(The current wording is:Users can undo actions, return to the previous context and correct data entry without loss of non-dependent data except when: 
 allowing the user to undo an action or maintaining data may cause harm such as adding risk to the user privacy or security; 
 the user has confirmed an action; 
 allowing the user to undo an action may invalidate the activity; 
 the action can no longer be controlled by the site;
 the user has been idle for 24 hours. 
All the best

Lisa Seeman

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---- On Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:28:58 +0300 Alastair Campbell<> wrote ---- 

     HI Lisa,
 > The problem is that we lose a large number of use cases, such as picking up the tablet and everything is now gone. It wasn't a step in the process , it was a mistake, Now I want to go back.
 I'm not clear how that was covered before?
 Either you can go back to a step (probably needs to be 'any' step in the SC text to answer Jason's query), or you can't.
 I'm not clear how a web-page would enable you to go back, except to allow people to press back or provide links back to previous steps, which is what this covers.

Received on Wednesday, 19 July 2017 13:28:33 UTC