As a user with a new install, I want my feed to be pre-populated with interesting articles
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On first app open, when the user has no local data (ie. is a fresh install, not an update):

Picture of the day
Featured article
Nearby
Random

On first app open, if the user is migrating from 4.x:

Picture of the day
Featured article
Nearby
Random
Related to the last article read on 4.x
Related to the last article saved on 4.x

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QA- cannot be tested until blocker tasks for Random and Today content are implemented.

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Updated the order to include Pic of the Day and remove In the News (for now)

Picture of the day
Featured article
Nearby
Random

Checked with 5.0.0.519 (the screenshots are from iPad mini iOS 8.2)

The current order is

-an article with a non-identifiable purpose

  • Main Page (?)
  • Random
  • Nearby

As of 5.0.0.527 a fresh install has:

  • featured article
  • Main page
  • Today's Pic
  • Random
  • Nearby

This is slightly out of order with the spec, but I'm going to resolve this for now anyway, as the content is there and the order was fairly arbitrary.

We will need to file follow-on tickets for the upgrade path, as that work was not completed as part of this ticket.

JMinor closed this task as Resolved.Dec 3 2015, 12:32 AM