Use confirmation dialogs to help prevent error, avoid unintentional actions, and promote critical thought.
Protect users by providing additional security such as 2-Factor authentication.
Bringing to Attention
Don’t use defaults when something requires the attention of users (ex: subscribing to updates).
Make users aware of the default active settings and where to find them.
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