Information messaging is a suggested action/service/data that users might find helpful, but isn’t a business logic blocker or critical to their experience. They can be vertically stacked and combined with other message types.
When to Use
- Use a page-level message
- When there is important but non-critical information that doesn’t need to be seen immediately.
- When there’s information related to a task the user is trying to accomplish that isn’t a blocker.
Appearance & Behavior
- Provide tips and information only if necessary.
- Use plain language that offers short and direct text for users to absorb quickly.
- Help users figure out what to do next.
- For field level information, see tooltip.
- Always use the blue info glyph.
- Can be dismissible or non-dismissible.