What does ‘ok’ mean?

During a sprint review, I watched Alvin enter a whole lot of data, close the form, click ‘ok’ and then lose all his work. Grrr!

Let’s change the OK button!

See below…

Figure 1: The default OK button tend to lead people not save the changes

The default ‘OK’ button led me to not save the changes. Which was very confusing!

On the other hand, most apps have the default button as Save the changes (e.g. Microsoft Word).

That is much more user-friendly.

Figure 2: The default button always saves the changes

This is important and in my opinion, I hope Microsoft fix this to make more sense.

Check battery status of ALL my devices from iOS Notification Center

Currently, on my iPad, I cannot see my iPhone battery status

Notification Center on iPhone and iPad includes an optional widget that allows users to check the battery life of other devices connected through Bluetooth. Essentially this means you can quickly see what the remaining battery percentage of not just the device in hand, but also of an Apple Watch from an iPhone.

Figure: I see this on my iPhone, but I want to see it on my iPad

One thing this feature is missing which would be a great addition is the ability to check a related MacBook battery, as well as seeing the remaining battery of other iOS devices. Perhaps in a future version, we’ll gain such a function.


Prevent images to appear stretched

Some images in Zendesk tickets show stretched on less wide screens. The steps that caused this behavior were:

  1. Created task in zendesk portal
  2. Snagited screen
  3. Pasted image in the task

Please fix.

Figure: Images stretched looks bad

It’s likely caused by the fixed height inline style generated by Zendesk:

<img src="https://ssw.zendesk.com/attachments/token/NKM3Ck5tkGrw8yWISCS7ZRKBd/?name=inline975827286.png" >data-original-height="275" data-original-width="847" style="height: 275px; width: 847px" naptha_cursor="region">