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.

Unnecessary notification groups

1. Why is this notification for a team shown in the “Activity” and not the “Teams” group

2. Why do we have the “Activity” tab at all? I don’t think it’s needed.

3. Furthermore, do we even need the “Teams” tab. I don’t think so, I’d like them all together like Skype