Platform (Android, iOS, Website): Website
Browser, if a website issue (Firefox, Chrome, etc) : Firefox portable v. 98.0 - no add-ons, default settings
Screenshots of what you are seeing: https://i.imgur.com/4RRPFwJ.jpg
Description of problem: If I open my “Dashboard” from my drop-down menu, or if I switch to the “All Updates” tab, I get one update, and a button for “More”, but clicking “More” only reloads the page without showing the rest of my feed.
Step 1: log in to iNat on the web
Step 2: navigate to the “All Updates” tab
Step 3: only one recent update is visible
Step 4: click on “More”
Step 5: the page reloads but no more updates appear
Expected behavior: I assume that my feed should contain all of my updates. The drop-down only shows a limited number of updates, and the option at the bottom of the drop-down simply brings you to the “All Updates” tab - where only one update is visible, despite there being additional updates I have not seen, as is indicated by my email notifications. I expect for all updates to load in that tab, perpetually, and not be cleared or removed after viewing or reloading.
This could be user error. I’m a new user of the site and it’s possible I am missing something in the settings that affects this behavior, but I can’t find such a setting.
ALSO - (Edit - there is also no indication that there will be the option to edit your post before submitting it!) Right here in this entry form for a new topic in the forums, the “Welcome” screen to the right obscures the preview, and there is no indication that there even is a preview - users should not have to just click around randomly to discover that closing a window reveals the preview function. The preview should be automatically visible and available, or there should be a “Preview” button in the post area. There’s no reason for this to be a hidden function requiring user “spelunking”.
Also, also: I can’t add additional post tags that do not already exist, and discovering which tags do exist is not intuitive at all. This isn’t very precise, and it seems like it’s not very useful the way it is. Tagging this with just “web” is really not helpful at all. (Oh. I can type in the letters of the alphabet one-by-one and see a list of 5 tags that sort of have something to do with that letter. Cool, I guess?)