Growth/Mentor dashboard/V1 design feedback

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Any comments and/or feedback about the slide deck would be greatly appreciated. Below is a list of questions about the dashboard designs. Feel free to give answers to them in a new section below.

Instructions: how to answer the questions[edit]

  1. Please open the slide deck in a new tab and read through the content
  2. Create a new section on this page
  3. Fill in the answers to the questions in the newly created section

Questions[edit]

  1. When looking at the modules, is the purpose of each module clear?
  2. Is there any information missing from the modules M1-M9?
  3. In your opinion what are the top 5 most important modules? Why?
  4. The module M1 (overview of the mentees) can display a variety of information. Below is a list of things that could help mentors keep track of their mentee’s progress.
    • Deleted edits - an edit that has been erased by an administrator (eg. in case of displaying private information)
    • Deleted pages - a page erased by an administrator
    • Reverted edits - edits that are undone or restored to their prior version
    • Total edits
    • Created pages
    • Users blocked status
    • Tenure - how long the person has been editing on Wikipedia for
    • Recent activity - the most recent contributions
    • Number of questions asked
    • Unanswered questions

a. Feel free to add anything that you think belongs to the list and is missing.

b. What are the 5 things you would definitely include in the mentees overview table that could help mentors?

5. Would you think it is more beneficial to have M1 (overview of mentees) and M2 (unanswered questions) as two separate modules or should they be merged into 1 module as shown in M3 (overview & questions)?

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  1. When looking at the modules, is the purpose of each module clear? Yes.
  2. Is there any information missing from the modules M1-M9? I do not se one.
  3. In your opinion what are the top 5 most important modules? Why? In order (the most important first): M3 (is important to be able to easily watch the contributions, activity and questions of your mentees), M4 (the "active/inactive" feature is useful to temporary assign another mentor to your mentees if you are temporary inactive and the claim a mentee is more accessible; but I do not understand the purpose of selecting interests), M5, M6, M9 (even if the mentor could use the personal storage), M7 (I do not think that the number of thanks and replies is enough useful for mentor; they can be checked easily in talk page and log), M8 (the list of mentors can be seen on a certain page; I do not think that a mentor needs to see non-stop the names and activity of the others mentors, and there is Special:Contributions for that).
  4. The module M1 (overview of the mentees) can display a variety of information. Below is a list of things that could help mentors keep track of their mentee’s progress.
    • Deleted edits - an edit that has been erased by an administrator (eg. in case of displaying private information)
    • Deleted pages - a page erased by an administrator
    • Reverted edits - edits that are undone or restored to their prior version
    • Total edits
    • Created pages
    • Users blocked status
    • Tenure - how long the person has been editing on Wikipedia for
    • Recent activity - the most recent contributions
    • Number of questions asked
    • Unanswered questions

a. Feel free to add anything that you think belongs to the list and is missing. Maybe number of global contributions.

b. What are the 5 things you would definitely include in the mentees overview table that could help mentors? If only 5:

  • Total edits
  • Created pages
  • Tenure - how long the person has been editing on Wikipedia for
  • Number of questions asked
  • Unanswered questions

5. Would you think it is more beneficial to have M1 (overview of mentees) and M2 (unanswered questions) as two separate modules or should they be merged into 1 module as shown in M3 (overview & questions)? Yes, because it is easier to see these features in the same place, and so the space would not be wasted.