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Allow to keep for later any article selected in the new translation dialog
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Description

Content Translation dashboard provides suggestions that users can keep for later. However, currently there is no way for users to add an article of their choice to translate later. This will enable users to organize their translation efforts into the default "for later" list.

In order to support this the following is proposed:

  • Add a "Keep for later" button in the last step of the New translation dialog. The new option will be provided in addition to the current option to "Start translation" (which will remain as the default).
  • If the selected article is already in the "For later" list, the "Keep for later" button will be shown as disabled.

The idea is illustrated below:

Providing feedback

We want to indicate to the user where the article went (i.e., the "for later" list in the Suggestions view). After saving the article for later, the "Suggestions" view will be shown automatically (if the user was not already there), and the added item will be highlighted in blue for a second (the highlight will be the same as when hovering the element, using Accent90 color, #eaf3ff).


There is a related ticket to improve the communication of this feedback in a different context: T125379: Feedback when a suggestion (or list of suggestions) is kept for later

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Pginer-WMF triaged this task as Normal priority.
Restricted Application added a subscriber: Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptMar 1 2018, 4:41 PM

What should happen visually when "Keep for later" button is clicked?
Page reload (probably no)? Some animation? I guess we want user to stay at the same page (no reload to happen), but communicating that selected page for translation goes to "For later" list could be tricky to design.

What should happen visually when "Keep for later" button is clicked?
Page reload (probably no)? Some animation? I guess we want user to stay at the same page (no reload to happen), but communicating that selected page for translation goes to "For later" list could be tricky to design.

Yes, we may want to communicate where the page went. I'll add a note to the description for that aspect to be detailed as we focus on that area of work.

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