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10 months ago
I don't know the whole context around this popover inside the page, but it is necessary to have the user click "Add it to a wishlist", select a wishlist, then click "Add to Wishlist" on the bottom? Removing the header and footer from the popover and simply having the user click one of the wishlists to confirm their selection could function more smoothly.
@Perceval McElhearn I agree with removing the header. However, what if the user clicks the wrong wishlist? The dropdown would disappear, meaning the user would have to click the button again to have the dropdown reappear.
The UX is similar to that on Dribbble when you add a shot to a Project. Selecting the Wishlist and then confirming it I think flows better and is a whole better UX.
I can see where @Perceval McElhearn is coming from. It could be a similar experience to how Svpply does it with their "collect" feature https://svpply.com/
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