STR: 1. Log out of twitter (or open a Private Browsing window) 2. Open the URL (https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldMyBeerGif/status/615271986303008770) 3. Click the thumbnail with play-button overlay (goes to: https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldMyBeerGif/status/615271986303008770/video/1) 4. Enjoy video 5. Log in to twitter 6. Open the same URL 7. Click the thumbnail (goes to: https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldMyBeerGif/status/615271986303008770/photos) Expected result: Enjoy the video Actual result: Only a static thumbnail is served. Note that even navigating directly to the 'video' URL (https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldMyBeerGif/status/615271986303008770/video/1) produces the same result. I see a similar result in Chrome. It appears twitter is serving the wrong content when logged in.
Yeah, weird. Here's a gist comparing the markup of the media card for logged in/logged out users. Hi Jeremy, could you bring this to the attention of some m.twitter.com devs? It's also affecting mobile Chrome.
*cough* Actual link to gist: https://gist.github.com/miketaylr/85bc7696015464e1e96f
Another friend at Twitter brought this to the attention of the Twitter mobile team.
Thanks for keeping this updated. Will we hear word back once a fix is implemented, or should we just test periodically?
Assignee: nobody → administration
Is it still happening?
(In reply to Karl Dubost :karlcow from comment #7) > Is it still happening? Yes.
2 years ago
Whiteboard: [country-all][sitewait] → [country-all][sitewait][platform-rel-Twitter]
This is fixed now, likely when they redesigned. (tested with https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldMyBeerGif/status/745937073572552705)
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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