As an editor on Wikipedia in the app, I want to be notified when someone has given feedback about my edits on my Talk page, so that I can improve my edit or otherwise respond in a timely manner.
Enable users in the app to receive notifications for Talk page messages
1. Do we want to show notifications to non-logged in users?
Talk page message are the only type of notification that can be left for non-users. For example https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:18.104.22.168
- 2. If the answer to Q1 is yes, how should IP address talk page notifications be shown in the UI? **
Adding a temporary "Notifications" menu may be peculiar, since multiple users could use the same IP address, and the same user could also change IP addresses depending on where they are when accessing the app.
Original task description
As suggested here (in german @bearND): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Administratoren/Notizen#Kein_Kontakt_zu_mobilen_Nutzern_m.C3.B6glich_.E2.80.93_L.C3.B6sungen.3F
the mobile app doesn't have any indication, that someone posted a message on my talk page (e.g. because i made an nonconstructive edit). The App should at least inform the user when the app starts (e.g. with a message box like "Someone left a message on your talk page" with the buttons "Ok", "Show me" (loads Special:MyTalk, even if talk pages looks poorly!)). This should be a highly prioritized task, the community has to block users, if they still do non-constructive edits.