The problem with snackbars and what to use instead(

over 3 years ago from Adam Silver, Interaction designer focused on inclusive design and design systems

  • James Young, over 3 years ago

    while I agree with most of your points your example is exactly why we have them. I couldn't find the message you were trying to substantiate without reading your comments.

    Technically low-level messages aren't important and usually a response to a user's purposeful action. They (low-level messages) also tend to include an aria call for accessibility purposes, something much harder to do in a registered page state.

    Good points but more discussions are needed on a better replacement.

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