Fri, Feb 26
I've completed the audit and the finding can be found in this presentation.
Replied to your comments, please reply or "Resolve" the comment on the file to communicate that you are good with the response.
Wed, Feb 24
@ppelberg I'm assigning this over to you so that you can review and let me know if you would like any more data from those tests.
"I would expect that I could (in the options) enable an email saying you've got a reply and I'd click a link to quickly come here. Also there are some options where if I'm on the site here or somewhere else, I'd hear a sound or see a number with a notification, maybe it could pop in somewhere in the corner of the screen and show the message. Basically, I would expect to have it be clear on the website and also if im not actively on the website." ReplyV2.0A
Mon, Feb 22
In the usability tests that we ran in conjunction with the control tests for the reply feature, we asked participants "How do you expect to know when this person responds to you?"
I've moved the draft over to Medium and am now waiting for someone on the design team to review.
Fri, Feb 19
This should include the journey map recommendations that are in T266203
The task description looks great @ppelberg
I've made a map of the first draft of the journey maps laying out what I see as possible design intervention/opportunities for the page.
Wed, Feb 17
As I'm working on trying to recreate the experiences that we listed in the Task Description, I noticed that I wasn't getting any kind of notification for Watching the page. I've discussed this with @Catrope and @Esanders and in technical terms they believe the issue is that the enotifwatchlistpages preference defaults to false. This means that the notification actually DOES exist but it is by default unchecked when it's accessed (if accessed somehow magically via the bottom of the user profile tab) on all wikis.
Tue, Feb 16
I don't know if this is the appropriate place to ask @ppelberg but we discussed trying to get some feedback in a venue specific to non-English (not bilingual) speakers. Is there any opportunity to do that here?
Fri, Feb 12
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Mon, Feb 8
That looks right to me (thanks for taking the time to do the screencasts @matmarex )
Fri, Feb 5
I am deleting this task because it's redundant in connection with the Topic Descriptions Design Brief task.
Thu, Feb 4
Tue, Feb 2
@ppelberg - are we planning on doing a test of this once it's on a test wiki? I think a quick test on usertesting.com would be a nice data point.
@Esanders is updating test wiki so that the new discussion tool works there and i can test it properly.
Thanks for sharing all of these options, I don't really understand the need for the explanatory text (yellow/orange bar). This feels redundant as you already have the primary affordance of the bell and highlight. Have you tested to see if this is truly a use case for everyone or specifically for senior contributors? Based on my hunch, I'd be interested in seeing what this workflow could look like with that as a preference that would be by default turned off.
When we did usability testing, we actually saw that some testers missed the notification and highlight completely. So with this in mind, I recommend we slow it down a little bit.