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On the full website, I click the title banner image all the time to hit the content display. It would be fantastic if the site name in the app's title bar was a link to the landing page. It's important to get there to search or browse site specific content. If I enter from a hot question or external link, it's not possible to use the back button to nav to it. If I've followed a few question links and the site isn't in my favorites, it's inconvenient to go search for it.

I'd suggest adding this link to places other than just questions, but I haven't found anywhere else I think it's called for. Search results use it as the dropdown to select search domain. Tag wikis and help pages don't appear to be implemented. The only thing left that merits an entire view is user profiles, and I'm not sure whether it's appropriate there. I wouldn't expect to be directed to the site's main page after clicking on a user's name.

marked as duplicate by Shadow The Curly Braced Wizard, Monica Cellio, Ward, ᔕᖺᘎᕊ, Patrick Hofman Nov 16 '15 at 10:25

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  • I don't get your question; feed is only accessible from the sidebar, isn't it? How can you get to the feeds by clicking site name? Screenshot would be great there. – nicael Jun 28 '15 at 9:17
  • I'm requesting a link to the first view you see when you select a specific site from the navigation menu; this is what I mean by landing page. The app's feed view which shows network wide content is not related to my question. The first sentence refers to the full website; I'll clarify it. – Esoteric Screen Name Jun 28 '15 at 9:20
  • @Catija right. And I'm requesting something similar get added to the android app. – Esoteric Screen Name Jul 6 '15 at 2:16

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