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Opened 3 years ago

Last modified 9 months ago

#40123 new enhancement

Improve media uploading flow

Reported by: karmatosed Owned by:
Milestone: Awaiting Review Priority: normal
Severity: normal Version:
Component: Media Keywords: needs-design
Focuses: Cc:
PR Number:

Description

Currently once you upload an image it just leaves you back at screen. We should consider on success offering next steps. We could use this as a chance to add encouragement:

https://cldup.com/sS6jT02xtn.PNG

Change History (7)

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21 months ago

#2 @Travel_girl
21 months ago

Mhmm, actually I like the way, that it stays in the same screen, because its easier to procced woth uploading more media. But indeed, it would be a nice idea to add a success message, behind the progress bar.

#3 @JoshuaWold
21 months ago

Would love if anyone has suggestions/sketches to share for this idea! :)

#4 @raajtram
20 months ago

I feel like there should be a better way to allow copying the data for the uploaded files.

In its present state, to copy the media's URL, you need to right-click and copy the Image URL and that URL is for the thumbnail size (150x150 by default) which involves one more step of editing the URL manually.

http://share.raajtram.com/phZh/Screen%20Recording%202018-02-21%20at%2007.42%20PM.gif

To copy/edit any other attributes of the media, you need to click on the "Edit" link which is a _blank link.

While the use for direct URLs might not be very popular for images, users do need direct URLs for media such as PDFs and ZIP files.

A good solution IMO would be to divide the media-item div into columns of data (URL, ID, SIZE?) for the uploaded media

Here's a quick mockup of what I'm thinking (not a designer, so pardon the inconsistencies):

http://share.raajtram.com/ph5w/media-uploader-idea.png

Last edited 20 months ago by raajtram (previous) (diff)

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20 months ago

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9 months ago

#7 @karmatosed
9 months ago

  • Keywords needs-design added; ux-feedback removed
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