Why are we doing this?
Based on the work that Jess Klein on the Contributions team has done around focus we would like to have a way for users to quickly take editing actions from the article view without having to re-find what they would like to edit once they have entered the editing view. This work will also most likely build off of Android's highlight to edit feature.
As a user of the Wikipedia iOS app, I would like to be able to quickly edit a specific string in an article
|Highlighting text in the article view||After selecting 'edit' from the highlight menu|
|Zeplin: https://zpl.io/VOmJL5L||Zeplin: https://zpl.io/2ZkpwK4|
|Highlighting a non-editable string||Alert|
|Zeplin: https://zpl.io/VOP5xzr||Zeplin: https://zpl.io/br8Qvze|
- Tapping (eg. placing focus) into the highlighted area while in the editing view will dismiss the highlight