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GiddyNaya
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Is it okay to use "Please" in validation messages?

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  • 3
    Don't overuse it. "Please fix errors in your form" is polite, "Please" on each field validation error is just unnecessary and annoying.
  • 2
    Passable, but avoid.
    You can be polite without resorting to pleading.
  • 5
    Similar to adding the suffix “ because you suck.” at the end of the message. It’s better if you don’t.
  • 5
    No you have to use どうぞ in order to transition this shitty cyberpunk future to a slightly less shitty cyberpunk future
  • 2
    Also I love it when user report a problem with an validation error like "Please enter an item id" and the user has no clue what to do to fix the error. Happens more often that it should -.-
  • 2
    Plain simple text:
    password is incorrect
    email is wrong
    ect.
  • 6
    @Gregozor2121 "Password is wrong, you fucking moron. Email is wrong, again, you can't get shit right. Get the fuck out of here."
  • 2
    @Gregozor2121 "Your password doesn't match leenucks4lyfe69"
  • 1
    "Make sure your password is correct, or else ..."
  • 1
    ___ must be between {min length} and {max length} characters long
    ___ is required
    ___ can only contain {data type}*

    *If your ___ contains other values, please contact support <— in case you didn’t read up on global conventions for a type of data and naively assumed it was consistently in the form you are accustomed.
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