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This proposal has been implemented

  • Reviewed by @product and accepted in the main project
  • Developed by Mainio Tech
  • Available in release 0.24 via  #7437

Avoid re-randomizing the index when clicking on "back to list"

Avatar: Virgile Deville
Virgile Deville

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Angers our biggest local government Decidim instance (>10K users) has been doing some user tests. They found out that users get really frustrated when clicking on an index item (especially with budgets as citizens have to check all projects) to see its content and then clicking on "back to list" to come back on the index to see the list has been re-randomized which make it difficult for them to find back the proposal or to know which item they already consulted. Especially when the user has used the pagination.

Describe the solution you'd like

We'd like for the user to be able to go back to same random index (the one prior to consulting an index item) when clicking on "back to list". Maybe storing it in the session cookie would do the trick.

Describe alternatives you've considered

Caching the index but that doesn't for new proposal being posted.

Does this issue could impact on users private data?


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City of Angers



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