Improve message on impersonation session start
Description of problem:
During an impersonation session, in the upper right of the main menu, there is a flashing eye icon that signals to the user that they are currently engaged in an impersonation session.
This is not a problem and is in fact a good visual cue to the user.
However, I think there is an issue with the embedded assistance for this icon (UI element).
A. When a user starts an impersonation session the following notification is displayed:
"You impersonated user Richard Wright, to cancel the session, click the eye icon in the top bar."
I think the problem is 'the eye icon' -> seems like an odd choice for an icon label. It is too colloquial; if the feature name is impersonation then the icon that visually represents that feature should be called something that relates to the feature, for example 'Impersonation'.
Without a clear icon label, it is difficult to reference this UI element in the product documentation.
Is it possible to rename the icon from 'eye icon' to 'Impersonation icon' for example, or any other name that you think correctly represents the feature?