Il distingue deux types d'options: the ones the user can not change and the one he can specify in their parameter.
An important example of default option is the organ donation : countries that make habitants donors by default have a great way to supply the health system. The ones that doesn't want to give their organs can be registered to a list.
On the contrary, less people are donor if it is not done by default. France has changed it in 2016 and the donations have rised.
About digital systems:
If a user accepts notifications, does he have to get them all ?
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These are at least file-like? I don’t understand why they have to be “special features”, though, if you already have an app whose primary task is to sync files. It already does that. Why are some files more special than others?
The answer is simple: the only way Dropbox can survive is by building and selling more features. You’ll never have peace of mind with them.