Use the success notification to inform the user that an action they have taken within a service is complete.
Success notifications tell a user that they have completed a step in a process but that there may be more action they want to take. For example a success notification could confirm that someone's bank card has been linked to an account.
If the user has reached the end of a process, provide a success page (a page which confirms that we have received and will act on the information they've given us).
You are nearly signed up - just confirm your email address
To confirm your subscription, click the link in the email we’ve sent you.
The title should clearly state that the action was successful and what the next step is.
Use a brief line of text, preferably a single sentence, to provide more information.
This could be asking them to check their emails for a confirmation link.
If you use a link it should direct the user to an action they need to take to complete the process.
If you are using a link you can also make the whole notification into a clickable link. Make sure that any text link you include and this link go to the same place.
Changelog for this page
|14 April 2021||First version of page published|