Suggest that timestamps display on article history in addition to the date. The time stamp displays when comparing revisions but not on the list. EX: https://master.support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/one-more-you/history
+1. The timestamp is on the mockups.
If it's in the mockups, we'll do it. Not a 2.3 blocker, though.
Priority: -- → P3
Summary: Suggest timestamp displays on article history → Show timestamp on article history pages
Target Milestone: --- → 2.3
The timestamp is in the low-fi mockups, but the PSD styleguide shows only date. Maybe chowse can clarify.
(In reply to comment #3) > The timestamp is in the low-fi mockups, but the PSD styleguide shows only date. > Maybe chowse can clarify. Unless there's precedence for multiple article changes in a single day, I'd say leave it as the date-- the full timestamp requires too much horizontal space. We can reveal the full timestamp in the title attribute. If same-day page changes are common, we could split the date and time portions across 2 lines, w/ the time in a smaller font.
Kadir, Michael, or Cheng: How common are same-day edits, like Chowse describes?
I'd say "not very common," but even if they happen sometimes, I'm not sure if the timestamp is relevant _in this list_ as long as the info can be accessed elsewhere, which is already possible.
Let's make sure this is a <time> element with both datetime and title attributes set, in that case. The interior of the <time> element can stay just the date.
Based on comment 6, this can wait.
Target Milestone: 2.3 → Future
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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