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Fix issues found during Content Translation templates research
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As the a result of the research sessions on Template translation (T161188), different issues were identified.
Some are specific to the translation of templates, other are more general (since users also made general use of Content Translation).
Check the sub-tickets or view the full list.

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Pginer-WMF renamed this task from Content Translation_templates research; issues found to Fix issues found during Content Translation templates research.Mar 23 2017, 9:53 AM

@Pginer-WMF do we still need this ticket?

The main purpose of this ticket is grouping together the tickets that were generated after a user research study. It allows to check what came out of it and how much got solved over time. We can think of it as a tracker, but not a main tracker since it is not representing a whole functional area. It compiles mostly template-related issues and other issues found in the way.

This task has been assigned to the same task owner for more than two years. Resetting task assignee due to inactivity, to decrease task cookie-licking and to get a slightly more realistic overview of plans. Please feel free to assign this task to yourself again if you still realistically work or plan to work on this task - it would be welcome!

For tips how to manage individual work in Phabricator (noisy notifications, lists of task, etc.), see https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T228575#6237124 for available options.
(For the records, two emails were sent to assignee addresses before resetting assignees. See T228575 for more info and for potential feedback. Thanks!)