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Charlag @charlag

I wish we could do UI/UX polls on what people would prefer for
1) Media upload progress - progress bar or percent as text?
2) Media tab in profile - forth tab (with scrolling tabs) or hidden in the menu?

@charlag media upload progress would be quite nice to have

@Maltimore it's already done - just polishing things. I want it myself!

@charlag I prefer progress bar. Done ratio in percent value is not intuitive for me. And accurate value doesn’t have much meaning, I think. For example, there isn’t big difference with 65% and 70% when we are uploading a file.

@charlag 1) Progress bar, because it gives a better sense about the speed of the upload
2) Drop the following and followers tabs, keep only a toots and media tab. Show followers and followings with an icon on the far right of the user profile picture/username/name, when clicked, opens a new activity that lists users, maybe with a search bar ? Or some stats (x on this instance, x on other instances) ?
I can think of some other ways to present that, but followings/followers (...)

@charlag shouldn't be displayed in the same area as toots, because it's totally not the same *and* Mastodon doesn't encourage looking at the followers count

@KindlyFire thanks for the feedback! Yes, I agree with you, it may be not as important and could (and should be!) moved. But we'll diverge from the web version a lot then. Thanks for the idea, will think about it! @ConnyDuck , what do you think?

@charlag @KindlyFire I understand the reasoning why the follower tabs should be moved but I think it is ok as it now is - we can think about it once we implemented the more important stuff

@charlag Darken the picture in the compose toot screen, and show a dark progress bar filling up with "tusky-blue" at the bottom but inside the picture.
For the media tab, I'd say to hide the Media in the menu.

@charlag maybe loomio would help for collaborative design efforts? I haven't seen anyone try yet