* As a user on a wiki (like Wikipedia),Users should know as best as they can where they land when they click on the FileExporter link. I want to transfer an image from that wiki to an wiki where images should be collected (e.g.Therefore, Commons)
* Iwe want to understand which element I need to click to make the transfer happen. let them know the wiki name where it lands
It is currently called "Export". This is technically right, but users will most likely a saving in different formats, e.g. if you are on a pdf, export might give you pages of it as SVG, png or postscript.
**Possible suggestions:** @daniel suggested "transfer image", which is graspable and does not have the association baggage of "export". we also could see if we add more like "transfer file" or even "transfer file to other wiki". We just need to take care of two things:
* It probably should not be too long or have a short-version fallback (@adam, what are the constraints and possibilities here?) to make it fit in elements.
* We need to take care that we not put something technically right but not-normal-user-understandable. E.g. "transfer to media //repository//" is not wrongFor all WMF wikis, but //repository// is not a very common word. add a mediawiki message that renames "Export file" to "Import to Commons"