As a user I should be asked before displaying content in the discovery feed that is based on my personal data. I should also be able to change my decision later.
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Lets be respectful of user's personal data

  • Each section in the Discover screen should be declared as "public" or "personal"
  • Public sections are always displayed, and are the same for each user
  • Sections declared as personal, will be "empty" by default with an action button to enable
  • When a user taps the "enable" button, populate the section
  • For nearby, tapping enable, shows the "request location access" prompt
  • A section that is enabled, but empty because it has no data should be removed or show verbiage explaining why it is empty
  • Users should be able to opt out of each section in the settings
Fjalapeno created this task.Jul 5 2015, 9:59 PM
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Covered by first time user experience and allowing item deletion from feed. It'd be good to be able to turn off and on section types though ("don't show me recommendations based on my reading history" etc.) similar to this concept for personal sections. I'm marking as invalid, but lets not lose these concepts as we improve the feed.