This is not a bug, as I am pretty sure it is working as intended, but still inspired a “why did it do THAT?” moment for me; on Android, going “back” from any detailed view on the dashboard returns to the dashboard (I click on the “RAM” gauge in the dashboard, am taken to “Memory Usage” detailed view, clicking “back” on the G5 returns me to the dashboard). This is as expected.
But: since the Dashboard, GPIO, Triggers & Alerts and Settings are all at the same level in the hierarchy, if from the dashboard (where I usually hang out), I navigate to the Triggers & Alerts tab and then click back on my G5…I go to the Device List instead of returning to the Dashboard, which, most of the time, is where I want (and expect) to go “back” to.
So, not a bug, and conceptually sound–but it might be worth considering making back work like a web-browser’s (relative) back and not a logical (absolute) back.
(Hope that makes sense)