When the user selects "No" in the link inspector, they are shown the "rejection dialog", where they indicate why they rejected the suggestion.
- On both desktop and mobile, this is a modal that does not overlay the whole screen.
- It contains a radio button set of choices; the user can only selection one.
- It has a "Done" button on the bottom.
- The user may select the "Done" button whether or not they choose a response. That button is the only way to dismiss the dialog.
- When the user selects "Done" on mobile, this triggers an auto-advance to the next suggestion.
- If the user makes a selection and selects "Done", then the link inspector changes. It gets an ellipses next to the "No" button, which the user can select to re-open the rejection dialog. When re-opened the dialog should show the response the user gave and allow them to change it.
- If "No" has already been selected, and then the user clicks or taps on "No" again, toggles the button, but does not re-open the dialog.
- Ellipsis button label: "Select reason this is not a good link"
- Header: "Why is this not a good link?" (bold)
- Sub-header: "Your answers improve future suggestions."
- Option 1: Almost everyone knows what it is
- Option 2: Linking to wrong article (e.g. linking "moon" to "planet")
- Option 3: Text should include more or fewer words (e.g., "palm tree" instead of "palm")
- Option 4: Other
|Mobile mockups as of 2021-01-12:||Desktop mockups as of 2021-01-12:|
NOTE: Refer to Figma for up-to-date detailed redline mocks and specs:
See T278117: Instrumentation: Rejection dialog for details.