I am designing a user interface, and I added some checkboxes for the user to indicate what behavior they want to happen when they submit a form.
I have this as the label for a checkbox:
Archive status, removing it as an option from the status assignment interface
During a design review, this was called out as poor grammar (a run-on sentence). I think the phrase after the comma is just modifying, and describing the command -- I think it's a participle phrase that is used appropriately.
Is it incorrect? Correct but awkwardly worded? Totally legit?