Currently in the admin there is one renderer for boolean fields, basically showing a green check if true and a red cross in case of false.
This works well in a lot of use cases, especially if the boolean field is considered positive in case of true and negative in case of false.
However where this does not work at all or is somewhat visually very misleading is if the "true"-case is negatively connoted.
Examples: Email Log Complaint, Delivery Failed
For instance a failed delivery will be marked with a green checkmark, which looks as if all is good, which in fact is not.
Several client users have already reported this as being misleading.
come up with a second set of boolean value renderers, either using different colors and/or symbols.
by default all booleans should have the renderer as is, but optionally can overwrite it with that new renderer
To start with and to keep it super-simple I suggest to that we start as discussed in Slack the other day:
Just reverse the colors, having a green cross and a red checkmark as an alternative. Then we still have a consistent visual behavior (true=check, false=X) but the colors are not misleading anymore.