Survey builder: does this flow make sense?



  • I'm adding a new feature to a survey builder product. It allows the user to choose the appropriate tone of voice for a phrase; the user would be able to decide which phrasing would best fit their survey.

    Below is a flow for how this could work. Any insights on what to improve /consider?

    Four screenshots that show: 1. User sees a phrase; 2. User clicks on the phrase to see options based on tone of voice; 3. User selects an option; user sees the original phrase replaced by the option



  • It looks like this flow is:

    1. User clicks on the phrase to see options
    2. User is presented with options that have a difference in tone
    3. User clicks on an option to select it, and then clicks OK to apply it
    4. The selected option replaces the original phrase

    I think you don't need the OK button to confirm the option selection. The selection should trigger the dialog closure. It would be good to give the user a way to cancel and close the dialog if they don't want to select a choice. An "X" close icon could work.

    If the suggested phrases get longer than a couple of words, that might get hard to read; you might want to stack phrases vertically.



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