On 02/13/2021 15:12, Andy Wedge wrote:
On Sat, Feb 13, 2021 at 09:51 PM, Glenn Glazer wrote:
Exactly, though I would say "in addition to" instead of "rather than".
I don't think the way you phrased your original suggestion was very clear and use of the term 'do not notify the sender' doesn't make sense in terms of a message being approved.
Possibly. It was clear to me when I wrote it ;) but clearly also there's been some confusion. Which is why we have dialog. I hope the intention is clear now.
As it stands though, there is a logical separation of moderator actions in the current approach as you Reply to Approve or tap/click a link to Reject or Delete; thereby eliminating the risk of tapping/clicking the wrong link if an Approve link was present. Anything that reduces the chance of the wrong option being selected is a plus point for me (and the Discard button on the Web UI was recently moved to prevent accidental use) so I would say keep the notification email as it is.
Well you could say the same thing of the situation now, one could click reject when they meant delete or vice-versa. While I grant human error exists, I tend to think more highly of people who sign up to be admins and moderators as being rather more savvy than the average group member. I think going after 100% error free user interfaces results inevitably in loss of reasonable functionality, making it less useful rather than more so.
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