After creating an account here I tried it out on my phone (which, for SE, I use(d) to monitor activity, particularly as a moderator). This is what I see when I visit meta on my Android phone using Chrome: ![Screenshot_2019-12-01-13-07-26.jpg](/image?hash=bf7ef9f0961a813d3b6c57c843dc7ff0478ca59b049fd5006b7b9dc4eed823d4) It took me a lot of poking around to (somehow; I'm not sure how to reproduce) get to a view that had a "questions" button at the bottom, at which point I could get to the questions list. But if I view a question and then try to get back to the question list, I end up back at chat again instead and I'm back to figuring out how to get out. I don't know a lot about front-end stuff, but I'm guessing/hoping that each section on the site has something akin to a Z-order (a priority), and chat is currently priortized higher, and prioritizing the other part (left pane on desktop) would fix it. But that's a lot of guessing and I don't know what it would break, so maybe that's not the answer. Could we do *something* to make a mobile view non-painful? I'm not suggesting we invest heavily in making it great, just asking if we can make it primarily about Q&A instead of chat.