Than: clicking/tapping on the profile avatar should open the profile settings (image, name and signature at least).
Profiles could be switched by dragging on the screen, but I don’t know your future projects for the folders or similar.
I also think the backup feature should be moved.
Perhaps the account switcher screen would be the right place on all platforms for it.
There one can switch, delete and create new accounts.
So I find it kind of natural to put the backup feature there.
In addition, a backup is not a setting in the strict sense.
Originally, I actually wanted to include this feature in my mockup screenshots for the app switcher menu. But then I decided against it because I thought the development effort could be too high.
As far as the DC-Desktop is concerned, I think the settings window could be improved a bit by increasing the contrast to the background in dark mode.
The upper part of the settings window stands out very poorly.
Maybe a solution would be to make the window a bit lighter or to increase the small shadow around it. This also affects the “New Chat” window, by the way.
I also thought about how to structure the settings.
That’s my suggestion, which I want to put up for discussion here:
IMAP Folder Handling:
→ Watch Send Folder
→ Send Copy to Self
→ Move automatically to DeltaChat Folder
→ Only Fetch from DeltaChat Folder
Send Autocrypt Setup-Message
Manage Keys (Export, Import Secret Keys)
Show classic E-Mails
Delete Old Messages from Device/Server
Media Quality When Sending
Enable system notifications for new messages
Show Sender and first words of the message in notifications
Day Night Mode
Donate → Link
The Notifications area contains only two settings. Maybe there will be more in the future.
For example settings for notification tones.
Actually, “Help” and “Donate” are not settings. But I don’t know where to put them in DC-iOS or DC-Android.
I agree perhaps by structuring everything with a “download” icon for backup on the left, then the profile picture and the account name in the center and finally a “trash can” icon for the deletion of the account on the right , in order to have the backups and deletion of the account spaced out