Me and my team have been giving several tries to your new UI but still none of us is able to work with it as efficiently as with the old one, please listen to all the other negative feedbacks you have here. I think you still have many important UX issues that are still not addressed.
The most important thing for me is to get the job view back, the “workflow” view is simply not suiting my developer needs at all, and same goes for most of my team.
First and most importantly, the UI is inconsistent:
I don’t know what’s a workflow (and I don’t care, I just want to know if my build passed or not) and here I have to expand the “workflow” to understand why that one has been running for the whole night, but guess what: it has been canceled in the seconds that followed its creation and now it’s gonna stay in this “running” state forever! And there is a very similar problem for pending workflows as well, as you can see.
Second, not sure how that’s even possible, but we have on this page less information that we used to have on the “jobs” page while every “workflow” takes now more space on the page, I really don’t get the point here. For instance to access the code that trigerred the workflow, I have to expand the workflow, then click on the build and finally I can click on the PR / commit number, three clicks instead of one for a successful workflow.
Third, failed workflows automatically expand on the page, why is that? I don’t care that my colleagues run tests that failed, and since my workflow is always containing one single step you’re basically just flooding here, compared to the “jobs” view.
Also, I don’t really understand the left menu, I admit I didn’t use it much in the old version but now I’m never going to use it again: no more insights and no opportunity to switch between workflows and jobs if I ever wanted to. Now the new menu only contains things that I will never ever care of. I have nothing to do with pricing and I don’t think I’ll have to create new projects so often I need to have the button on every page I’m browsing (same for pricing actually). The “Old experience” button is actually the one I used the most here. Maybe consider putting actually useful links here or greatly reducing the size of the sidebar otherwise, because I think less than 1% of your users needs something else than the tests results, the others mostly care about tests results.
Last but not least, most of my colleagues wanted to send a negative feedback about the new UI but gave up because of the horrible UX on this website (forcing a 2FA on a feedback-related forum which uses OAuth is maybe a bit overkill, but also I have never seen a website that asks for a password right after an OAuth registration, I created a fresh account right now but have to click on “forgotten password” to connect to it)
Thanks for the efforts you’re doing, I like the style of the new UI, it’s a lot more modern and would love to use it but I just cannot use it efficiently as-is and will continue to camp on the “old experience” as long as possible