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  1. MA-2139

Mobile - As a User my own comment/response should already be marked as read for me

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: CAT-3
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects versions: None
    • Fix versions: None
    • Labels:
      None
    • Sprint:
      [MA Axinite] 8: Eid ul Adha, [MA Axinite] 7: No Name, [MA Axinite] 4: Edhi, [MA Axinite] 1: Ramadan
    • Story Points:
      2
    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1) Login to edX on app.
      2) Create a new post.
      3) Add a response/comment from the thread owner and view.
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      1) Login to edX on app. 2) Create a new post. 3) Add a response/comment from the thread owner and view.

      Description

      When the user adds a response/comment on a discussion post, that post is marked as unread. Ideally it should be mark as read as the response/comment is added by the user himself?

      Additional scenarios passed on from feedback received by Christine Michael in a comment in MA-2094:

      "As an instructor, to maintain my sanity, I would like to not have to go back and read my own responses or re-read messages that I’ve endorsed or marked as an answer to a question, for them to be removed from my “unread” list."
      and
      "If a post (comment) is edited it should be marked as such. But this should not make it 'unread'."
      So the former applies to the owner; the latter comment applies to anyone responding/commenting, but the effect should remain the same for the owner - it stays unread.
      Also, a few have also commented about posts marked as answered also appearing "unread." I assume this is separate, correct?
      "Fix this Marking a question thread as ‘Answered’ apparently causes it to be flagged as unread."
      "marking a post 'as answered' should not put the thread into the 'unread' category."
      "5. Marking a question thread as ‘Answered’ apparently causes it to be flagged as unread."

      Update:
      Content creation actions = (Create Post, Response, Comment)

      • Content creation actions from other learners will make a post unread.
      • Content creation actions from the learner themselves won't make that post unread. They are after all viewing it at the time they create that content.

      Dev Detail:
      We keep track of 'read' status based on thread update date and 'read' date. Hence, implicitly mark a post read on any of above actions.

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              • Assignee:
                wjia Wajeeha Khalid (Inactive)
                Reporter:
                Mirza Mubashar Baig Mirza Mubashar
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