User Experience Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for user experience researchers and experts. On other forms such as login, purchasing, updating account, how do you choose the right submission action word? I try always to relate the button with the action that it's being performed, specially if it is a long form.
Tell the user exactly what the function of that button is as succinctly and accurately as possible. In your example OK and Go are probably too generic, and Join and Register are probably best, but think further about what the user expects to gain from completing this form. I had this same question and found an interesting answer on HubSpot that said landing pages who didn't use "submit" had higher conversion rates than those who did. I think it depends on whether this form is strictly for registration or whether it's a login form.
For example, if it was a newsletter, you might use 'sign up' but with a member organization, 'join' so often, while it is kind of generic, 'submit' works pretty well because the user is submitting the form. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged forms text or ask your own question.
How does the visual size of a text input field affect users' expectation of how much they should write? Is there any use case (except submitting a blurred input) when you can't do without visible SUBMIT button for a form?


What sort of geological features or weather patterns would create a region with the same temperature year-round? Ask Different is a question and answer site for power users of Apple hardware and software. You can change the from email in the message regardless of which account is the default account. It sounds to me like you want to reply to a message received on (say) Hotmail and have the message come "from" a new GMail address.
I don't know of any way to reorder these, except by deleting them and adding them back in the order you want. If I set the default to account A new mail inside does default to using the email address on A.
For me, this happened because of faulty settings in the outgoing server panel applicable to the particular account. The auto switching of the default account to the non-default account was happening to me and it was frustrating.
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How to configure Mail v8.2 to supply a different default reply-to address in emails being sent? In the registration example above, would you leave the submit button with the default "submit" text or would you choose an alternative?


Windows 7 has emulated this feature - most of us ignore what the text says anyways, so telling us the important information on the button is something that makes us happy. This is not possible to do by default; you will need to change the "from" address manually. If you look at the order of the Accounts in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars you will see what I mean.
If account A is the default, and an email is received in account B, the from address will default to account B unless you change it whilst composing the reply. Failing the desired server, mail went to another server, with that server's email sending address. A day after I turned off my Google Sync setting (I think it said it may take 24 hours to update), the auto-switching sender problem was solved for me. Resolved by deleting all the Mail accounts on the device, then transferring Mail account info from my computer back to the device via iTunes connection (see Info panel on iTunes).



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