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The team is currently working on three main goals, which we expect to complete this summer or in September:
Graduate New Filters for Edit Review core features out of beta:
The core New Filters features slated to become standard parts of Recent Changes are the ones that have been out in beta for a while and fully road-tested by the community.
These include the new filtering interface, the machine-learning filter groups “User Intent Predictions” and “Quality Predictions,” the highlighting tools, the ability to save your filter settings for later use, and the new filter groups: “Watchlisted pages,” “Last revision” and "User registration and experience."
We expect to release those features by default in September. A more precise message will be sent to communities. If you have questions about it, you can write a message on Mediawiki.org, in any language.
Extend the New Filters to Watchlist: The Watchlists of very active editors can include thousands of pages. To help these busy folks keep up with their work, we’re adding the New Filters UX and tools to Watchlist. The Watchlist and Recent Changes pages are similar, but there is some work involved in adapting the tools to their new setting. That work should be ready some time in late summer or early fall. Stay tuned for an announcement!
Continuing work on “Integrated Filters”:
While the New Filters for Edit Review beta brought probably 70% of the old-style Recent Changes features into the new user interface, it left some behind—like the Tag and Namespace filters and the controls for the number of days searched and number of results presented. As the name is meant to suggest, “Integrated filters” integrates those old-style tools into the new UI.
It also adds some new tools users have asked for, such as:
“Live updates” which provides a near real-time automatic refresh of the Recent Changes page.
Global Collaboration team formed in July by merging the Language and Collaboration teams of the Wikimedia Foundation. The team is part of the Contributors department.
The newsletter now includes updates about Content translation. The Global Collaboration team now have an extended report (in English), with more information and data about the different projects we take care of.
Due to vacations and Wikimania, no newsletter has been written in August.
Major changes, with possibly an important impact on the wikis, are now marked with the star icon in the newsletter. Let us know if you like it.
Filters for Watchlists are still on Beta. Please try them and give feedback before we release it for all users!
Shortcuts to filter Namespaces and Tags are now more visible. 
Discovery of the search bar has been improved. 
If the Recent Changes page or the Watchlist fails to load or is time-outed, a message is now displayed. 
The bookmark icon for creating a "Saved filter" is now grayed when it is not possible to save. Before it was not visible. Bookmarking is unavailable when, for example, the current filter set is already saved. 
Live updates on Recent changes will be moved out of beta and into the standard feature set by the end of the year. 
Extension:Translate filters for RecentChanges are going to be integrated to the new filters. 
Automatic edit summaries will be filtered as tags. 
List items (suggested items and in-progress/published translations) layout restyled to prevent overflows on small screen sizes.
Search results for new translation dialog are now embedded, instead of being displayed in floating menu. Search results remain displayed when tabbed out and can be closed using ESC key.
Missing pages are no longer shown when there is no match for search query. Message informing that there are no results is displayed instead.
Embedded search results enabled to provide users with more translation opportunities. Articles user recently edited (in currently selected source language wiki) are surfaced when there is no input in search bar, with additional info if article is missing in user's currently selected target language.
Long suggestion descriptions are limited to three lines, and the rest is truncated, which is indicated by ellipsis.
Chart data representing user translation statistics in now showing all the months since user's first published translation. Months that went without translation are now displayed in chart as well.
A loading indicator is shown while suggestions are loading.
Button to discard dialog is now shown through the whole process of selecting article to translate.
The filters are now deployed as a default feature on all wikis on RecentChanges and RecentChangesLinked pages.
The filters are still available as a Beta feature on all wikis on Watchlists. Please try them!
LiveUpdates have been deployed as a default feature for all wikis.
On wikis using Extension:Translate, translated messages can now be filtered. System messages can be filtered as well, on all wikis. 
"View newest changes" link is now more prominent, to invite users to use that native feature to update the list of results. 
Pagination and time period selectors are now combined and located on the right on left-to-right wikis. 
When a user wanted to click outside of the filter menu to close it, it was possible to click on "revert" link by accident. It is not possible anymore. 
It is now possible to filter the following events using the Tags menu: Making a page a redirect, Changing redirect target, Changing an existing redirect into a non-redirect, Blanking of the page, Removing more than 90% of a page content, Rolling back an edit. 
Some design improvements have been done to Related Changes page to integrate the new filters. 
"Save current filter settings" menu and legend overlapped the results. This is now fixed. 
Some small design improvements have been done. 
Now Content Translation prevents source and target language to be set to same language. 
The dialog for selecting article to translate is standardized. It introduces a new component that is used for the selected page on both the "New translation" dialog and the "Suggested pages" list. 
More space is given to the language filter, to increase responsiveness and show more language names without truncation. 
While searching for a new page to translate, duplicates are not shown anymore for user search input. 
The wording when you send a thanks message has changed. Instead of Yes or No it says Thank and Cancel. It is also now easier to understand that all thanks are public. 
A notification is now sent to account owner on multiple unsuccessful login attempts. 
Between week 7 and 20 February, when you thanked someone for an edit, the thank went to the latest unthanked edit to that page. It didn't matter which edit you tried to give thanks for. This has been fixed. 
Long page titles on Special:Notifications were not truncated. This is now fixed. 
It was not possible to opt-in and opt-out Structured discussions on wikis using it as a Beta feature. It is now fixed. 
The visual editor and 2017 wikitext editor interface is going to change for consistency. The toolbar, dialogs and menus will appear slightly bigger; some icons will look different. Content or functionality will not change. That change will apply to Structured Discussions as well. 
The Collaboration team doesn't longer exists. That team was working on building features that encourage collaboration. This is the latest message for that newsletter.
The Growth Team, formed in July 2018, supports some former Collaboration projects. The Growth Team's main objective is to ease new editors' first steps on wikis, through software changes. You can discover all objectives and missions of the Growth team on its page.
If you wish to be informed about Growth team's updates about easing new users first steps, you can subscribe to the new list to get updates. The first message from Growth –with a call for feedback on a new project– will be posted in a few days!
If you have questions or you want to share experiences made on your wiki about new users' first steps, please post them on the team talk page, in any language.
You get this message because you’ve previously participated in the Community Wishlist Survey. I just wanted to let you know that this year’s survey is now open for proposals. You can suggest technical changes until 11 November: Community Wishlist Survey 2019.
You can vote from November 16 to November 30. To keep the number of messages at a reasonable level, I won’t send out a separate reminder to you about that. /Johan (WMF) 11:24, 30 October 2018 (UTC)