steps to reproduce: 1. Find a paid app with no reviews on your Firefox OS phone 2. Navigate to the details page for that app 3. Click on the 'Write a review' form 4. Select a rating and add a review comment; submit the form 5. For submission fails 6. Hit the < button expected behavior: User returns to the details page observed behavior: User ends up in an empty reviews listing page
This is by design, because if we didn't do this (and you were deep-linked) you'd end up on the homepage. Do you prefer that behaviour instead?
Priority: -- → P4
(In reply to Matt Basta [:basta] from comment #1) > This is by design, because if we didn't do this (and you were deep-linked) > you'd end up on the homepage. Do you prefer that behaviour instead? The current behavior is confusing to the user since they didn't visit the page from the reviews listing page. If we can't return them to the details page, let's at least not load a blank page. We can add the user message - "There are no reviews for this app yet."
We currently say that there are no reviews. If you're hitting a completely empty page, then that's a separate issue.
There's a message that says, "This app has no reviews" and no completely blank page.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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