Brave, for the love of God Almighty, please - as a joint collective action across your organization, re-calibrate yourselves with an internal, well-thought-out decision-making process approach - because as this other person has stated very elegantly, this sort of garbage has a non-neglible impact on users. yo dawg I herd Chrome is driving itself into the ground and we have an amaaaazin opportunitii, but wait wait wait up first let’s focus on subtle changes that’ll keep people using our perfectly usable UI even longer! Frustrated users? Never met em.
Garbage wasting time = frustration, increased mental load, lost userbase, pointless pondering, stultification, broken phones (prolly somewhere… world’s big, Xzibit), unintentionally fabricated metrics, idk man: just lame stuff entirely.
likely the time it took us both to come here and post about THIS ridiculous situation will be fully without a positive outcome. His can I waste additional time here… Hmmm…
Brave, if you continue with this amazing feature, and add in addition many more on top of the many existing poor choices… I’d like to suggest that you commit to also introducing more items to your android context menu so you can be like Edge. Oh and be sure! very sure! to never get any ideas about improving UX (or your QA… i.e., prevention of this use of our time here tonight)… Moreover, the focus and commitment to maximize
the number of taos and cumulative distance hotdogs must travel over time to do what they use our app for… Its been seller - improve it more. (I meant fingers, not hotdogs, sorry!). Common actions simplified are the devil, as Gramma always reminded us.
What I’m rambling on about here would best be conveyed by a verbally portrayed example, mentally visualized:
“Hay team. When opening a hyperlink as a background tab, Billary thinks it could be helpful to also offer a fast way he can switch to it… Weird, huh? I think we should instead just keep popup notice for his clearly intentional action open even longer! Lets make the page-obstructing pop-up wait for 30secs minimum. So yea, I already know that he wants to switch to that tab because he isn’t sure if he opened it, for sure… Hmmm.”
“Yeah. I’d bet his trouble is that he doesn’t know he just opened another tab somewhere.”
“Well, Jimmery, I think a better idea is to label that action as ‘Open in New Tab’ would fix that problem. Maybe we can let the user rapidly click the popup and jump over to it? … Hmmm well nevermind… I do actually think you’re right. Let’s go with 45 seconds though.”
closes feature request as “Not Relevant” and locks discussion
You’re not ******, I am!