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Redstone leak: Cortana informs about missed notifications, text, call on other Windows 10 devices now

Currently on Threshold builds, Cortana allows you to receive missed call notifications from your phone running Windows 10 Mobile to a connected Windows 10 PC, in case you have same Microsoft account on both Phone and PC. But now the Redstone seems to bring enhanced version of this feature as per a new leak.

As you can see in the screenshot above, soon Cortana on Windows 10 Mobile Redstone may allow you to see more information on your connected Windows 10 PCs, when your  battery is low or even when you miss any app notifications, calls or text on your phone.  This shows how Microsoft is trying to bring more connected experience across Windows 10 devices.

What do you think about this feature??

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  • mpw

    Quite frankly Cortana seems to be progressing haphazardly and new features and functionality are added in the same vein. It’s almost like there’s a Friday prize at Microsoft for the best Cortana idea and then that gets built in but there is no strategy, joined up planning for Cortana and related apps and o/s features.

    I rarely use Cortana as I find it slow, requires too many clicks, has settings in obscure places. It really needs to be the drivers over the whole phone (and beyond) that is like a concierge in the background who advises or guides or suggests and then does but with little or no prompting. For me the current setup just doesn’t make it worth it. A bit like the Hello function – nice idea but poorly implemented.