A belated congratulations to the Android team for this release!
I've started editing image captions and it's excellent and, based on some
preliminary numbers, it looks like our users are happy too!
On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 2:38 PM Dmitry Brant <dbrant(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
We're excited to release our latest update to the Wikipedia Android app
available on the Google Play store. Aside from numerous minor enhancements
and bug fixes, the biggest highlight from this update is:
== *Suggested edits, the continuation ==*
Earlier this year we released the "Suggested edits" screen (accessible
from the left navigation menu in the Feed screen, when you're logged in)
which offers you a stream of suggested contributions. Initially these
contributions were limited to adding and translating Wikidata descriptions
for articles that were missing a description.
We have now expanded these suggested contributions to include adding and
translating structured image captions on Commons! The Suggested Edits
screen now presents you with images that are missing a structured caption,
or if you have more than one language configured in the app, it shows you
images that are missing translations of the caption into the other
language(s) that you have selected.
You may also add or translate the captions of images directly while
browsing articles. Tap on any image to go to the full-screen gallery, and
you should see options to add, edit, or translate the caption.
Check it out, and we'd love to hear your feedback.
Senior Software Engineer (Android)
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