The User Experience (UX) Of False Affordance And Threaded Conversations

  • Threaded conversations have a false affordance because they lead a user in a direction that reduces the overall value for other users.
  • In a threaded conversation, rather than having one continuous stream of comments, a conversation becomes an aggregate of lots of little disjointed conversations.
  • In a single-threaded conversation, the oldest comments are always at the top, closest to the content, and the newest comments are always at the bottom.

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Ben Nadel discusses the false affordance of threaded conversations and how they fail to lead users in a direction that maximizes value.


The User Experience (UX) Of False Affordance And Threaded Conversations

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