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Suggest edit Updated on February 2, 2021

Simple lists

For simple lists, items should be added to the bottom of the list by using a tertiary button with a plus icon. In this case, the adding should be inline and not open a modal dialog. Simple lists never use paging.

Simple lists can also be read-only. These are usually in widgets or read-only views.

Fat lists

Use a fat list when additional data/images are needed to clarify the given objects in a list.

Case widgets

Case widget lists are often tiny, but hide a lot of complexity in the data objects they display. Items should be added to case widgets via a modal dialog that is launched from the upper right of the widget header by using a tertiary button.

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