Opened 8 weeks ago

Last modified 10 days ago

#28628 assigned defect

Introduce New Security Settings to users

Reported by: antonela Owned by: dunqan
Priority: Medium Milestone:
Component: Applications/Tor Browser Version:
Severity: Normal Keywords: ux-team, TorBrowserTeam201901
Cc: Actual Points:
Parent ID: #25658 Points:
Reviewer: Sponsor:

Description

The proposal includes a section 3. which contemplates the way we are informing users about the new behavior.

Child Tickets

Change History (8)

comment:1 Changed 8 weeks ago by antonela

Owner: changed from antonela to dunqan

comment:2 Changed 8 weeks ago by dunqan

Hi everyone!

As per #25658 antonela's asked me to consider changes to the onboarding process to bring it in line with the new Security Preferences screen (replacing the existing security slider in TB).

Option 1: feature tour

https://sketch.cloud/s/q8JlM/bgO0ze4/play

Following the behaviour introduced to the user in the Circuit Display onboarding card:

  • Hitting the purple button in the onboarding flow opens DDG in a new tab.
  • A doorhanger introduces the new shield icon and explains the various icon states (the first sentence could be cut and/or incorporated into the onboarding card itself for brevity).
  • Hitting "Next" opens the Security Level doorhanger (see the change in icon state) and the second and third steps of the feature tour.
  • User may hit "Advanced Security Settings" at any time to open the new Security Preferences screen in a new tab (still in design as per #25658).
  • Hitting "Done!" at the end of the feature tour returns the user to the Security card in About:Tor.

The intention of this route is to introduce the new shield icon and Security Level doorhanger properly and provide more context for the Security Preferences screen itself.

Option 2: simple fix

https://sketch.cloud/s/q8JlM/QbkaV97/play

  • Hitting the purple button in the onboarding flow simply opens the new Security Preferences screen in a new tab, instead of the current security slider window.

Full .sketch file here for reference: https://sketch.cloud/s/q8JlM


On a related note I think it would be worthwhile adding an icon or other device to the purple buttons in the onboarding flow, to differentiate between the two button behaviours:

a) Button progresses to the next card
b) Button opens an external link/feature tour

But perhaps that should be a new ticket?

comment:3 Changed 7 weeks ago by antonela

hey dunqan! Thanks for working on it!

Personally, I would like to keep the user in the same tab. Mainly, because we got some interesting feedback (#27486, #27484) from the circuit display walking through and will be a smart move if we can run it directly at about:tor.

My suggestion is to have a [See your security level] (or similar) button instead of [Review your security]. When user hits then the doorhanger shows up. It will looks similar of what firefox is doing at [Show Address Bar] in FF63.

With this iteration, then #27485 will be covered.

GeKo, mcs, what do you think?

Last edited 7 weeks ago by antonela (previous) (diff)

comment:4 in reply to:  3 Changed 7 weeks ago by gk

Replying to antonela:

hey dunqan! Thanks for working on it!

Personally, I would like to keep the user in the same tab. Mainly, because we got some interesting feedback (#27486, #27484) from the circuit display walking through and will be a smart move if we can run it directly at about:tor.

+1

My suggestion is to have a [See your security level] (or similar) button instead of [Review your security]. When user hits then the doorhanger shows up. It will looks similar of what firefox is doing at [Show Address Bar] in FF63.

With this iteration, then #27485 will be covered.

GeKo, mcs, what do you think?

Sounds like a good plan to me.

comment:5 Changed 7 weeks ago by dunqan

Thanks both, 100% agree. Have updated the following:

Option 1: feature tour

https://sketch.cloud/s/q8JlM/52bG3jL/play

  • Button now reads "See your security level"
  • Doorhangers now open in the same tab

Option 2: simple fix

https://sketch.cloud/s/q8JlM/nRVdjEz/play

  • Button now reads "See your security level"
  • Button now opens the Security level doorhanger, instead of the Security Preferences screen directly

comment:6 Changed 7 weeks ago by antonela

Dunqan both options looks great. I'll loop the comms team to review this copy and i'll update the prototype once is ready.
Thanks a lot for working on this!!!

comment:7 Changed 6 weeks ago by gk

Keywords: TorBrowserTeam201812 added; TorBrowserTeam201811 removed

Moving our tickets to December.

comment:8 Changed 10 days ago by gk

Keywords: TorBrowserTeam201901 added; TorBrowserTeam201812 removed

Moving tickets to Jan 2019.

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