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|05492||Development||Survey Design||public||2011-10-05 16:31||2012-08-14 22:44|
|Target Version||2.00||Fixed in Version||1.92RC2|
|Summary||05492: Changing global settings takes you away from survey design|
When create a design and then noticing that you need to change a global setting, that changes will take you away from the survey design screen. You get a confirmation saying that the global settings were changed but the survey you were just working on isn't preselected.
It would be great if - when switching to glbal settings - the system would "remember" the URl you came from so you can then be redirected to survey 12454, group 22, question 333 on which you just worked instead of seeing a nearly blank screen with a short confirmation message.
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I'm n ot sure of the opprortunity to do some work like that :
If we made: update survey-setting if question are opened -> go back to question edit. The if we update survey text - > ?
And if we update group text -> ?
( beside: 2.0 have another system for toolbar link : middle click or right-click/open in new window work ).
I prefer to take the user back to the page from which he has called the global settings. From a workflow point of view this would be straight forward.
Maybe, but actually i think it's a bad solution : modify survey , go back to survey, modiy group: go back to group, modify question : go back to question, modify global settings : go back to global.
For me it's totally logic. I understand the logic.
But often you change a global setting (email, XSS filter, ...) while creating a survey. So it would be a great help if you would be taken back to the page you just edited. Of course, if the user visited the globa settings from the global admin view, that's what he should be taken back to.
I think it's a bad idea to do something like that, the i can't work on this bug , no ?
Carsten, what's your opinion on the suggested work flow improvement?
I think it could be a useful way to enhance usability.
I think this should extend to all of the main admin bar functions where possible.
Implemented in rev r4d94e51 : http://git.io/8c0NuQ
|2011-10-05 16:31||Mazi||New Issue|
|2011-10-05 16:32||Mazi||Status||new => confirmed|
|2012-02-09 22:26||Mazi||Assigned To||=> DenisChenu|
|2012-02-09 22:26||Mazi||Status||confirmed => assigned|
|2012-02-10 14:34||DenisChenu||Note Added: 17353|
|2012-02-10 16:31||Mazi||Note Added: 17358|
|2012-02-25 12:16||DenisChenu||Note Added: 17624|
|2012-02-25 13:10||Mazi||Note Added: 17627|
|2012-02-29 10:23||DenisChenu||Assigned To||DenisChenu =>|
|2012-02-29 10:29||DenisChenu||Note Added: 17686|
|2012-02-29 11:10||Mazi||Assigned To||=> c_schmitz|
|2012-02-29 11:10||Mazi||Note Added: 17687|
|2012-03-01 09:52||c_schmitz||Note Added: 17692|
|2012-03-01 09:52||c_schmitz||Project||Bug reports => Development|
|2012-03-01 09:52||c_schmitz||Category||Survey design => Survey Design|
|2012-03-09 15:46||c_schmitz||Assigned To||c_schmitz => magiclko|
|2012-03-09 15:46||c_schmitz||Target Version||1.91+ => 2.00|
|2012-03-09 15:51||c_schmitz||Note Added: 17802|
||Note Added: 17882|
||Status||assigned => resolved|
||Fixed in Version||=> 1.92RC2|
||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2012-08-14 22:44||c_schmitz||Status||resolved => closed|