When I reply to a survey I want to know that my response was successfully submitted and to who my response was submitted so I can understand how my contribution supports the wider initiative.
This is the current thank you message that every QuickSurvey user will get after they submit a survey response:
Thanks for the feedback! We are using it to make Wikipedia even better!
We might want to opt for a more generic message so that it will fit to a wide spectrum of surveys: from page performance to user safety. From Wikipedia to other Wikimedia projects. For example (note only the subject has changed):
Thanks for the feedback! We are using it to make Wikimedia projects even better!
This involves updating the message in en.json. This should trigger re-translation in translate wiki.
Testing and QA steps
- TBD beta cluster testing
- Navigate to a page where a survey is enabled
- Answer the survey
- The new message should be displayed
- When a user interact with a survey (internal or external) the new thank you message is displayed after a user submit a response or visits the external survey