Messaging describes UI elements that communicate important information to users
Messaging uses various types of alerts and notifications to inform users of important and relevant information. They are frequently used to focus the user’s attention or provide immediate feedback following a user’s action.
Choosing the appropriate message type depends on the context of the message and whether it is initiated by a user’s action or by the application.
A user-initiated message for real-time or immediate feedback of an action the user has taken
An application-initiated message for general information not focused on a single task
An application-initiated message for localized information regarding a single task
A disruptive message used for critical information that requires user action. See Modal patterns for more usage information.
All messages convey tone and status which is represented through iconography and color.
Provides additional information, or communicates that a task or operation is pending
Success or Positive
Confirms a task or operation has completed
Domain verification complete
Presents information or issues that require user-action
Verify your email address to continue
Error or Negative
Indicates a failure to complete a task or operation
Represents information that is promotional in nature.