This meeting summary involves the State Changers discussing the user interface design for adding and editing comparison properties (or "comps") on a system that they are developing. Here are the key points:
1. When uploading a batch, certain fields for each comp need to be filled out manually by the user, while other fields are auto-filled based on the imported data.
2. The team considered having a separate section to manually add a new comp, once all the imported comps had been filled out.
3. A concern was the potential need for editing comps after their initial input, hence, the team was debating an optimal way to handle inputs and edits.
4. The dialogue revolves around finding an efficient and smooth method to handle the process.
5. The conclusion involved minimizing the initial input for a manually added comp to only the address and ZIP code. After adding this information, it would generate a placeholder in the list of comps that the user can later fill out.
6. This method was appreciated as it lightens the user's decision-making load during the addition process and streamlines the user interface, making it faster and more efficient.
7. Furthermore, it was agreed that the continue button will only become active when a minimum number of comps, say eight, are completed.
This meeting will be relevant to people interested in user interface design, user experience optimization, and data input workflows. However, no specific technology or tool like "Xano", "WeWeb", "FlutterFlow", "React", "Typescript", or "Firebase" etc. was explicitly mentioned during the discussion.
(Source: Office Hours 1/5 )