will help you The correct way to put helpers functions, is put them as private in the same controller or put in application controller if your helpers functions are used in most of your controllers. EDITED
like below fixes the issue The proper Rails way to do this would be to use Namespaces. I'll give an example below: Inside your controllers folder, you add a new folder called admin, and for each model you want to edit as an admin, add a controller. Here is a basic blog application:
Does that help Apparently there is a way to accomplish this. I had to google a bit i found that, by using 3D Touch, you can press and hold over a review on the AppStore and a menu pops up. You can select Helpful, not Helpful or report a concern. This is a great feature available on iOS 10 and above.