Mockup of proposed flyover panel above feedback button
The Feedback button 'X' close box is a little [x] link or icon that would appear for logged in users only, when they over the feedback button.
The purpose of this feature it to enable users to remove this button (as well as the article feedback forms), by changing their AFT user preference.
For logged in users, this would display a flyover panel inviting users to change their user preference to disable both AFT4 and AFT 5.
Logged out users would not see the 'X' close box at all.
Story: User closes feedback button
As a Wikipedia logged in user,
I want to make the feedback button go away
So that it doesn't clutter up my screen.
Given the user is logged in
And mouses over the feedback button to reveal 'X' box
When the user clicks on the 'X' box
Then a flyover panel appears ('Remove article feedback?')
When the user clicks on 'Remove'
Then the current browser window should display the user preferences (Appearances tab)
When the user checks (' [ x ] Don't show the Article feedback widget on pages')
Then the feedback button (or form) should no longer appear when this user is logged in, until their user preference is changed again.
This feature includes a feedback button and a flyover panel with links, as specified below.
The feedback button at the lower right of the screen will include an 'X' close box when the mouse rolls over the button:
Improve this page X
Remove Article Feedback? X
To remove this widget, go to
"My Preferences > Appearances," then check:
"Don't show the Article feedback widget"
[ Remove ] Cancel (?)
Remove / My Preferences > Appearances:
Cancel / X:
Close this flyover