account creation (setup): refine explaining
The account creation text currenty says "password to protect your account".
Refining the wording in the introductory texts (and in Ring generally) may provide short descriptions that convey more explicative concepts. (For example, talking about local RingIDs instead of ambiguous "accounts", and leaving out the difference between RingIDs and device keys in the basic description.)
See this drafting, adapted from the discussion of this issue:
Setup Wizard Refinement Draft 0) Setting up your Jami device Jami uses randomly created Jami-IDs for secured, distributed (peer-to-peer) messaging, and direct communication. To protect your freedom and privacy, your Jami-ID credentials are *only* created and stored on the local device! You may, however, transfer your Jami-ID to additional devices, and maintain backups. * Import existing Jami-ID (transfer-PIN or backup file) * Generate a new, random, local Jami-ID 1) Create new Jami-ID * Optionally, you may register a (nick) name in the Jami directory. It has to be unique (like the Jami-ID is), and can also be used to connect with you, but can be easier to use and remember than the long string of random characters of the Jami-ID. (Recommended, but nicks can currently not be changed, reused nor deleted!) * Optionally, set a password to protect your Jami-ID credentials on the device, and in backups (they contain your decryption key). * (Also explain where daily backups are saved to disk) (recommended) 2) Edit your profile There should be an info about the profile name. That it's independent from the nick name That it can be changed What kinds of characters are allowed Is it shown to other users? Is it specified separately for each device?
Probably applicable in all platform clients.