I was wondering because I can't seem to find any examples of a good native design for modifying user content;
I'm an Android developer and I have a dedicated job to build one app for our company. For now it has been mostly made for reading and posting content, however it seems required that we allow editing of content.
The content is quite simple f/e you have a forum where you can upload attachments. These attachments are shown in the post as width of the full screen and can be swiped/scrolled horizontally.
What would be a good example of allowing the user (or a moderator) to edit content like this.
The content being: The text he typed, which is plaintext so it should be opened in an EditText element (input). Sometimes, there is the possibility to also add a title, same goes for this.
The pictures/files attached, these can be of various types, if not an image or video they're displayed with an file icon.
Images can be removed or others can be uploaded.
I was thinking it would be best to handle this on a different activity (page).
allowing the user (or a moderator) to edit content?