Tue, Jul 10
@Kaartic Thank you for your concern - however, the proposed solution would seem to be even more confusing for users. The feature currently works as designed.
Mon, Jul 9
Tue, Jun 26
Hi @Amire80. I understand you feel very strongly about this, which is great. As @RHo mentioned, users will be able to set the languages in which they read Wikipedia during onboarding. These languages are automatically detected from the keyboards the user has enabled on their phone, although of course they can add more or edit the languages if they wish right from onboarding. When they get to the Explore feed, they will see content in all the languages they've selected, where this content is available. They can edit this if they wish, of course, but they don't need to in order to get a useful experience.
Note: for completion after Wikimania.
Fri, Jun 22
Thanks @CKoerner_WMF - we got some useful responses on Facebook (although not on-topic, still super useful) and I think we're about as far as we can go with announcing/requesting comment on the multilingual stuff. So I think we can close this ticket out. Thanks for your help!
Wed, Jun 20
Tue, Jun 19
Mon, Jun 18
Can be fixed by updating app to refresh feed after logging in.
I'm personally interested in this, if only as a way to better cater for the use case where users doing deep research on desktop want to take their further reading on the go. Students everywhere would rejoice.
Jun 13 2018
Hey @Sharvaniharan - any idea why this is happening? If not, I'm going to bump this into the next release.
Jun 12 2018
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May 8 2018
@RHo - We're going to groom this ticket tonight, and (hopefully) this will make it into the J release. Can you plan to add a design for the correct screen here, and outline what the flow should be? The process seems simple enough, but let's make sure we define it well in the ticket so nothing is missed. :)