Reddit UX feedback

Gian-Carlo Pascutto gpascutto at mozilla.com
Wed May 21 11:20:22 PDT 2014


On 21/05/2014 20:19, Mark Finkle wrote:

> If "reload" has amazingly high usage does this mean the current UI is
> good enough? Or does it mean we should be asking "why are people
> reloading pages" and try to fix the root cause, instead of the symptom?

I tend to use reload when the wifi connection is spotty and pages aren't
coming through well.

On that note, you can currently only (try to) reload a page once. Which
sucks in that use case.

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GCP


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