|Open||None||T119713 Update Help:Notifications|
|Open||None||T114351 Better organisation for the Notification System|
|Resolved||Catrope||T123018 Revise Sorting of Notifications on the Fly-Out Menus|
|Resolved||Mooeypoo||T139520 Change 'messages' to 'notices' everywhere (where 'messages' referred to a section name)|
|Resolved||Jdforrester-WMF||T135114 Review "tray" icon|
|Resolved||Mooeypoo||T140900 Change bubble speech icon to tray icon|
|Resolved||Trizek-WMF||T140645 Review if "notices" are not translated by "messages" for Notifications fly-outs on TranslateWiki|
- Mentioned In
- T123018: Revise Sorting of Notifications on the Fly-Out Menus
- Mentioned Here
- rMWa449907dcdea: Updated mediawiki/core Project: mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter…
T140645: Review if "notices" are not translated by "messages" for Notifications fly-outs on TranslateWiki
T135114: Review "tray" icon
T139682: Change 'messages' to 'notices' internally (method names and such)
T115845: Notification panel: Clearer use of notification badges
This involves more than just the tooltip - the change is for the entire interface, changing 'message' to 'notice' in context of the popup.
At some point, we should do the same with the back-end and supporting code, but in order to do that, we will need to also change the API section names as well. See T139682: Change 'messages' to 'notices' internally (method names and such)
Checked the labeling for 'Notice' in 1.28.0-wmf.10.
- the tooltip refers to 'your notices' correctly
- the flyout panel displays Notices:
In the above screenshot "You have new messages" warning, in fact, refers to notifications that currently classified as Alerts. Seems a bit odd to have the three terms close in meaning - notifications, notices, messages - displayed in
Apparently, the tooltip has not been updated (ping @Etonkovidova to check):
the right message is tooltip-pt-notifications-notice, translations are available and are currently checked on T140645: Review if "notices" are not translated by "messages" for Notifications fly-outs on TranslateWiki.