This task is to discuss whether we should use the "clock" icon from T216220 on the impact module's mobile preview, in addition to on its full module version when the user has made article edits, but none of the article edits being scanned for pageview counts have calculated counts yet.
>>! In T216220#5249704, @Cntlsn wrote:
> @MMiller_WMF @SBisson
> As pointed out by @Etonkovidova at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T224526#5249110, it can feel confusing to show the number 0 in the impact module preview while the system is calculating user's first edit pageviews.
> We could improve the experience by also adding the clock icon to the impact module preview, but I would need to double check on the feasibility of the business rule to show/hide the icon:
> - if the user has made their first edit (or a series of edits in their first day), while the system is calculating pageviews we show the clock icon in the module preview in the same place as the number of total pageviews
> - since the clock might refer to more than one edit, the copy will read: "Since you first edited, pageviews have not yet been calculated. Check back tomorrow!"
> - as soon as the edit pageviews (or the pageviews of one of the edits made during their first day) have been calculated, and also when they count 0, the clock in the module preview will be replaced by the current number of pageviews.
> - since the number of pageviews in the module preview will be total progressive count of pageviews of all article edits made by the user, the clock won't be shown in the module preview when a new article, with relative clock icon, is added to the list in the module.
> Mockup for the clock icon in the impact module preview