I have come across a lot of infinite scrolls browsning the web but I have yet to find one that does not break when returning back to the list from for example looking at a newsarticle. What is the appropriate way to deal with the "back" button going back to the list?
In most cases I get to the top of the list and I have to scroll down all over again(loading more and more for each article I watch further down in the list). It can even be so frustrating that I just don't want to browse older articles on mobile devices! (On a desktop I mitigate this issue by opening the article in a new tab)?
Does anyone have an example where this problem have been solved in a ux friendly way? Maybe only load the last chunk the user was actually on? Loading the complete list all the way down to the user's previous position seems rather inefficient.