The Readers web team is working on improving how article message templates appear on the mobile web. We are focusing on templates that use this template. Right now these templates appear when you tap the gray link under the article title, making it difficult for readers and editors to know whether there are any important issues with the article they are reading. We're trying to make these message templates more visible by displaying their description on the top of the article. We hope this will increase awareness of these issues for readers and editors alike.
We would like to encourage template editors to add the type and issue parameters to your templates (if they're not already there). The type parameter will allow us to visually distinguish the severity of the issue and use the icon associated with that particular template type. The issue parameter will allow us to display only the summary of the issue on the main page. You may then tap on the issue to see details. This will prevent the issues from taking up too much space on the page and distracting from the rest of the content.
In a few weeks the Readers web team will be changing how some templates look on the mobile web site. We will make these templates more noticeable when viewing the article. We ask for your help in updating any templates that don't look correct.
What kind of templates? Specifically templates that notify readers and contributors about issues with the content of an article – the text and information in the article. Examples like Template:Unreferenced or Template:More citations needed. Right now these notifications are hidden behind a link under the title of an article. We will format templates like these (mostly those that use Template:Ambox or message box templates in general) to show a short summary under the page title. You can tap on the "Learn more" link to get more information.