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Add "Good"/"Featured" indicator to article titles for mobile apps
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I [...] would like to make a suggestion about the iOS app that I often use, and occasionally edit from. My suggestion is that articles on mobile apps should have a top icon that indicates if it is a Good or Featured article, like they do on the desktop version. There is a space for them next to the title, and the link to it could lead to a brief explanation about what a good/featured article is, and a list of them. Good and Featured articles are the best Wikipedia has to offer, I think mobile users should be able to know that too.

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LGoto triaged this task as Low priority.Mar 14 2022, 6:34 PM
LGoto moved this task from Needs Triage to Product Backlog on the Wikipedia-iOS-App-Backlog board.
Xaosflux renamed this task from Add "Good"/"Featured" indicator to article titles to Add "Good"/"Featured" indicator to article titles for mobile apps.Dec 18 2022, 12:39 PM

Can't see why this feature would only be for one of the mobile apps, adding both

Once upon a time in 2019 I did some casual shoddy mock-ups for a more integrated article rating experience rather than the current talk page template mechanism.

I also produced some mockups for how that could then be utilised natively within an app.

Do be kind, I'm not a designer or a product manager :P Just sharing in case it sparks conversation.

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