Usability: navigating back should bring you to the former view port / place
If I click on something in my newsfeed, read it and than go back via the back button of my browser, I want to get back to the same view port/place, as I left the page.
Many colleagues are complaining, that with full newsfeed they need to search and scroll to the last read entry. People stop clicking on articles or links, because they loos track.
In general, yes. I can’t give you a timeline right now, though. But we’ll have another look into this.
Thomas Plonka commented
I also experienced the issue when scrolling through the site/workspace overview and e.g. enter a site/workspace on page 5. If I now use the go-back button, it alwalys leads me to page 1. It would be great if the go-back button leads me where I come from (in the example page 5 in the overview).
would be very helpful, now I'm constantly opening new tabs which is a little annoying
@sven: Is there any chance, that this usability topic will be developed? We get contant feedback, about the bad navigation behaviour. People are really used to coming back to where they started.
Michal Korcak commented
the same applies to the mobile App
This would be really great, especially for the newsfeed.