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  1. abhishek8605's Avatar
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    Is there any way to scroll quickly to the top of a list? Like say I'm going through my Twitter feed and I just want to immediately scroll to the top, like how you press "T" on a Blackberry device, or "Home" on Windows?
  2. CapnPauly's Avatar
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    Clicking "Refresh" in many apps seems to not only refresh the current view, but returns you to the top of the window.

    Does Twitter have a "Refresh" button? I haven't loaded it yet...
  3. abhishek8605's Avatar
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    Yeah it does. Also, in the people hub, as I'm scrolling down under the "what's new" section, there's no way to instantly go back to the top, I have to swipe all the way up, kind of a hassle but it would be nice if there was a work around.
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    There is a work-around, just click "Refresh". It will take you all the way to the top of the screen and will refresh the current data. Not as elegant as the iOS quick-return to the top of the screen, but optimistically, it is more functional.
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    That has to be the worst possible way I've seen yet. Yes, it works, but does Windows Phone 8 have to be the only OS that hasn't taken this into account?

    It's fine if the document is relatively small, but I've had 100-page word docs and 150-slide presentations I've tried to work with, and it gets real unwieldy fast!

    I'm not optimistic, but I hope an update might address this someday.

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