Reading/Web/Desktop Improvements/折りたたみ式サイドバー

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画面左欄外のメニュー (サイドバー) に柔軟性を持たせ、閲覧者や編集者が折り畳んだり広げたりできるようにしたい、コンテンツに集中しやすくなるし、必要なときに最も重要な機能をさっと使えると考えます。

この機能では、このプロジェクトの主な目標のうち2つを推進する所存です。 1番目に、利用者の皆さんが閲覧でも編集でも、コンテンツそのものに集中できるようにします。 もう一つの目的は、重要な機能として編集や変更履歴のボタン類、言語切り替え、検索に注目します。

機能の説明と要件

折りたたみ式サイドバー機能は画面左上の角にボタンを導入します。このボタンを押すと、サイドバーごと内容を隠します。開くには - もう一度、ボタンを押します。

ログインした利用者なら、サイドバーを折りたたみたいという個人設定は保存されます。つまり、サイドバーを折りたたんでおきたい場合は閲覧や編集を終えた後、次のページを開いたときにサイドバーは折りたたんだままで、開いたままにしておきたいときも同様です。

ログインしていない匿名利用者の場合は、ブラウザでそのときに利用した特定のウィンドウでのみ、その選択が保存されます。

デザイン要件とガイドライン

この機能の試作版をご用意しています。

制約

現状では、いくつかのプロジェクト (例:朝鮮語版ウィキペディア) がすでに既定で同様の挙動を導入済みです。これらウィキのコミュニティと緊密に連携して、折りたたみ式サイドバーのバグその他の問題点をなくしていく所存です。

すでに皆さんのコミュニティでサイドバーを折りたたむガジェットを導入の場合は、ぜひご連絡をください。

利用者向け

編集者向け

複数のウィキで編集者を対象に、折りたたみ式のサイドバーの試作版でフィードバック収集をまとめました。 編集者にはプロトタイプを見てもらい、一斉通知バナーを使用してフィードバックを提供してもらいました。 フィードバックを寄せてくれた利用者の大半は、個人で使うなら既定で折りたたんだままのサイドバーを支持し、これは特に閲覧に便利とのことでした。 フィードバックに関して、課題の指摘や繰り返し開発の詳細は報告書をご参照ください。

閲覧者向け

サイドバーの試作版は、第3社の利用者テスト会社 Hureo (本拠地インド) により、閲覧者を対象にした利用者調査を実施しています。 調査期間中には、ウィキメディアのプロジェクト群に慣れていない閲覧者、またウィキメディアのプロジェクト群をよく使う閲覧専門の利用者を対象にしました。 テストは英語、ヒンディー語、テルグ語、タミル語、マラーティー語で実施しています。

閲覧者は既定で折りたたんだママのメニューを強く支持し、現状のバージョンよりも読む体験が向上したと報告しました。

この調査の全文結果を近々、公表する予定です。

定量的テスト

Since making the change, we were able to observe the patterns of behavior of anonymous and logged-in users while using the sidebar.

This report represents our findings so far.

We hope to use this data in future iterations of the collapsible sidebar functionality.

Study questions

When measuring the usage of the sidebar, we wanted to consider the following set of questions:

  • What is the frequency that users collapse and uncollapse the sidebar
  • What is the difference in interaction with sidebar links between people with the sidebar collapsed (the majority of the time) versus uncollapsed (the majority of the time). In other words, once the sidebar is collapsed, do users open it when they need to, or do they just ignore it altogether?
  • What is the overall difference in interaction with sidebar links before and after the change
  • In particular, what is the overall difference in interaction with the donate link?

結果

What is the frequency that users collapse and uncollapse the sidebar?

  • Between July 22 and August 31, 2020, there were 28,745 unique sessions that included a click to collapse and/or uncollapse the sidebar. This represents only about 0.13% of all recorded sessions using the Vector 2022 skin and 13.67% of all Vector 2022 sessions with a click recorded.
  • Since the sidebar was set as uncollapsed by default, there are more total clicks to collapse the sidebar. However, there are roughly the same average number of clicks per session to either collapse or uncollapse. Average Clicks Per Session to Collapse: 1.37; Average Clicks Per Session to Uncollapse: 1.38.
  • French Wiktionary had the lowest average sidebar clicks per session (1.87) while Persian Wikipedia had the highest (2.94).
  • Logged-out users have more than twice the number of collapse events compared to uncollapse events, likely because the state of the sidebar for logged out users is not preserved.
  • Most sessions overall included just one-click to either collapse or uncollapse the sidebar. Logged out users have a higher frequency of one sidebar clicks per session while logged in users have a higher frequency of two clicks per session.
 
 
Clicks by sidebar state overall

What are the different interaction types with the sidebar?

  • For the majority of sessions (81.88%), the sidebar was collapsed and/or uncollapsed just once. For sessions where the sidebar was collapsed only once, 34.5% sessions kept the sidebar collapsed the majority of their session time and 65.4% of sessions had the sidebar uncollapsed the majority of their session time (did not collapse it until towards the end of their session).
Sidebar interactions summary
Session Behavior Num_sessions Percent of sessions with click to collapse and/or uncollapse
Collapse but don't uncollapse 13475 46.91%
Uncollapse but don't collapse 1043 3.63%
Collapse once and then uncollapse once[1] 242 0.84%
Uncollapse once and then collapse once[1] 26 0.09%
Both Collapse and Uncollapse under 1 second 8733 30.40%
Collapse and/or Uncollapse Multiple times within a session 5204 18.12%
  1. 1.0 1.1 Clicks were more than than 1 second apart

What is the overall difference in interaction with sidebar links before and after the change?

Note re approach:

Since this was deployed as opt-out to all users on the test wikis, there is not a random, equal split of users between the two Vector skins.

A direct comparison cannot be made as there may be some bias. The old skin version was only available to those who explicitly opted out. There were more users who saw the new version. However, we compared the average interactions per session for each skin type. This was to control for the different number of users and confirm if there were any significant differences.

Note: Data in these comparisons may still be affected by self-selection bias between the two groups. We also reviewed data from a two-week period before and after each test wiki's deployment date to confirm if there were any significant changes.

  • The Legacy Vector has a slightly higher number of total sidebar link clicks per session (4.68) compared to Vector 2022 (3.63). This is also true on a per wiki basis except for on French Wiktionary and Portuguese Wikiversity, which have a slightly higher average number of total sidebar link clicks on the new skin compared to Legacy
  • Clicks to the donate link do not appear to be affected by the new skin version. There is a slightly higher number of average clicks per session on the Vector 2022 (1.11) compared to Vector 2010 (1.06).
  • There was a decrease (-9.15%) in the overall total number of sidebar link interactions comparing the two weeks prior and two week following the deployment of the collapsible sidebar across all test wikis. However, this percentage is likely inflated due to seasonality effects (previous year's data was not available using webrequest to complete a year over year analysis).

Full report

The full report is available in this Jupyter Notebook.

Discussion and next steps

Based on the results above, we have learned that logged-in and logged-out users have very different behavior while using the sidebar. Logged-in users tended to, overall, collapse the sidebar and leave it collapsed. As we understand it, not many of the items in the sidebar were useful to them.

However, the rate of uncollapsing also indicated that users are aware that, were they to need to navigate to an item in the sidebar, that option was available to them.

Logged-out users, on the other hand, tended to collapse and uncollapse as needed.

This indicates that they had a greater need of the items in the sidebar and that their behavior was more task-based, rather than indicating an overall pattern.

Based on the above findings, we took the following actions:

  • Making the sidebar collapsed by default for logged-out users
  • Keeping the sidebar uncollapsed by default for logged-in users

We decided to continue to monitor the above patterns, in particular the decreases in clicks to links in the sidebar.

We will work on it again based on future findings.

リリースの日程

We began deploying the first iteration in May 2020 to Office Wiki and Test Wiki, and plan to continue to our early adopter wikis in following months. 詳細は機能のメインページをご参照ください。

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