Corresponding task from "add a link": T269647: Add a link: rejection dialog
When the user selects "No" in the image inspector, they are shown the "rejection dialog", where they indicate why they rejected the suggestion.
- This is a modal (as per Add a link T269647).
- It contains checkboxes; the user can select many.
- It has a Submit primary button.
- It has a Cancel button, which returns the user to the image inspector with neither the "Yes" or "No" button selected at all.
- The user may select the "Submit" button whether or not they choose a response. The "Submit" button is the only way to proceed beyond this step after the user has selected "No". In future we want users to directly go to the ‘no change’ Post-edit dialog (T290789), but for iteration 1, the user will see the rejected version of the edit summary - see T290784: Add an image: edit summary and publish.
- Not all response options should cause images to be removed from the pool. There are options that, if selected, indicate a different user may do a fine job with the image. Since these are checkboxes, the logic should be that if any of the "remove" options are selected, the removal should happen.
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- Overlay header: Why not?
- Sub-header: Your answers improve future suggestions.
- Option 1: Image is not relevant -- remove from pool
- Option 2: Not enough information to decide -- remove from pool
- Option 3: Image is offensive -- remove from pool
- Option 4: Image is low quality -- remove from pool
- Option 5: I don't know this subject
- Option 6: I can’t read the language in the image details
- Option 7: Other -- remove from pool
- If left blank -- remove from pool
Mockups as of 2021-10-04:
NOTE: Refer to Figma for up-to-date detailed redline mocks and specs: