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Provide the required text in the label. Provide a graphic * image in the label with appropriate alt text. Providing a star (asterisk) symbol. Use of color to identify if a form control is required. Providing HTML5 and ARIA required attributes.
Most designers use asterisks to indicate the required fields. But it is necessary to stop, the research on the subject is clear, and it is already the case for quite some time, used asterisks for the required field is a common mistake.
"Field is required" is a flag that has absolutely nothing to do with screens. You either need to remove the flag in the field configuration, making it optional, or you need to add the field to the screen so the user can obey the mandatory rule you've set.
Mandatory fields are questions that must be answered before the form can be submitted. Mandatory fields are also called compulsory or required fields. The opposite of a mandatory field is an optional field. Optional fields are also sometimes called voluntary fields.
Asterisk (*) next to a form control's label usually indicates it as "required".
Less is more (i.e. remove form fields). Single-column beats multi-column forms. Communicate errors clearly. Use inline form-field validation. Order fields from easiest to hardest to fill out. Make typing easy. Indicate if each field is required or optional (unless they're all required).
Test multi-step forms against single-step forms. Use a single-column design to increase readability. Start with the easy questions. Add a clear call to action message. The call to action button must have a contrasting color. Don't slice fields. Avoid captchas. Guide your user to the right answer.
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