User story [Existing Multilingual user]
When opening the Wikipedia app after the latest update...
...I want to be made aware of new multiple language settings in the app...
...so that I can set up more languages in the app that I read and easily access more Wikipedia content.
Show prompts for existing users of the app that we can detect having multiple device/keyboard languages set.
Redline mocks on Zeplin board will be tagged with Multilingual and Existing user onboarding
Notes on the design
- The prompt will only be shown to users who have more than one device or keyboard language set, which is different to the language detected in use by the app. (I.e., existing users who are monolingual should not be shown this prompt)
Pre-conditions for all the following scenarios:
- User was an existing Wikipedia Android app user who updated to the new version of the app with the multiple app language feature.
- User's first system language is in English and one other language, e.g., Traditional Chinese
- User has keyboard languages in the system languages (e.g., English and a Traditional Chinese variant), as well as a keyboard input for a 3rd language (e.g., French)
- User opens the for the first time after updating to this version containing multiple language support.
- User taps on search, which triggers the action to detect that more than one system/keyboard input language on the device.
User is shown a prompt with information about the new multiple app languages feature, with a call to action to add detected languages. ORUser is shown the existing feature discovery hint
- If user dismisses the prompt, the empty illustration for the user with only one languages will show with an additional "Add Wikipedia languages" CTA
|1. Initial feed screen||2. Feature discovery hint||3a. Empty state||3b. Empty state keyboard hidden|