What's wrong with WhereYouGo is that the button is much more prominent than the input field:     In fact, I'd even go as far as to say that the input field is invisible. It does not look like there is an input field there. No placeholder text. It just looks like a line to separate the sections of the dialog. This is awful UX.   I suspect that most users just press the "Scan QR" button, and then start looking for a QR Code even if there isn't one. Then they get conf
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