Tue, Jun 8
Q1, taken from Taxonomy of Trust survey:
How much do you trust the information you are reading in this article?
Here are the details for the test.
Per the children and blocker tickets we're ready to launch the revised test for topical articles.
Thu, Jun 3
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May 13 2021
May 6 2021
Per our meeting, lets keep this simple for this schema/iteration and not worry about opens/default screens or programmatic navigation. As a follow-up I will resuscitate https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T198978 which defined potential tracking of opens and use of deep links, widgets and other ways of opening the app.
Lets discuss in sync today.
Thanks @MattCleinman I'm going to backlog/tracking this for now, as this seems to be both not a bug (its an improvement) and not technically in our team's scope. Wikifeeds has a number of problems, and I'd like to see it work better for both us and the communities, but we have too much iOS specific work to focus on.
Per our discussion of the options, lets move this to a mailto link that will open in the users default mail application in iOS 14. We will lose the attached log.txt and in app mail sheet UX, but given how stale/little use that log is and the intention to improve crash logging, I think this is our best bet for iOS 14+.
May 5 2021
Agreed, the intention is that new surveys should reset the users pool. So having seen a previous version shouldn't affect whether or not they are shown a subsequent version. Lets confirm in sync tomorrow, but yes, for 6.8.1 I would want to make this reset or resettable
Apr 29 2021
I took a pass through the results and did some spot checks and pivot sums.