Windows 10 / Mobile Anniversary update aka Redstone 1 update will bring many changes in Live Tiles, Action Center and Notifications. These changes have been revealed as officially coming in various Build 2016 sessions. We have covered these changes in some detail and you can catch them all by clicking
Microsoft has revealed Notification Mirroring as the way to sync notifications on connected Windows 10 PC and Mobile devices. Now it seem users would be even able to opt out of notification mirroring for particular apps. The settings to opt out of the notifications mirroring will be listed in Cortana's
Here we are bringing some more images from official Build 2016 slides which give more idea about the changes coming to Live Tiles and Notifications UI with Windows 10 / Mobile Redstone update 1 aka Anniversary update. Above is a before-after comparison between how notifications look now in Action Center
We just reported that “Notification mirroring” and Universal Dismiss feature for notifications will also be supported in case of Android devices syncing notifications to a Windows 10 PC apart from syncing between Windows 10 PC and Mobile. This becomes possible because Notifications get stored in cloud and synced to connected
Microsoft yesterday revealed during Build 2016 sessions that much-awaited Interactive Tiles are still being worked upon, but it seems they are not ready yet to be shipped in the Windows 10 Anniversary update coming this summer. As per our sources Microsoft is now targeting Redstone Phase 2 or RS2 for
Microsoft will soon make developer and users life very easy and connected by allowing notifications sync from even an Android device to your Windows 10 PC or Mobile device. It is obviously possible between a Windows 10 PC and Mobile device too. This feature is being refereed as "Notification mirroring"
A new and much-demanded feature of dismissing notification on one Windows 10 Mobile or PC devices to dismiss it on all connected Window 10 devices, will soon make its way to upcoming Insider builds it seems. Microsoft has announced during a Build 2016 session "Notifications in cloud" that Action Center
Official Microsoft Build app is now available to download from both Windows 10 and Windows 10 mobile. This app allows you to manage your personal agenda, view session details, submit session feedback, access interactive venue and show floor maps, and much more. Microsoft Build Features: -My Schedule: Access and modify the list