1. anon(5725119)'s Avatar
    Maybe they're in preperation for interactive live tiles. Here's my thinking:

    Take the Groove Live Tile for example. On the tile, there is a picture of the artist. Swipe down on the tile, and the tile flips forward, and you get the play/pause/forward/back controls. Then flip again and it shows you the songs next on the playlist. The next flip shows... I dunno, equaliser? Whatever. Flip again and you're back to the start.
    Messages could show your most recent four received messages, Outlook could show your emails, etc.

    I dunno if this is something people would like, but it's just an idea.
    08-27-2015 05:43 PM
  2. NatKingColeslaw's Avatar
    How do you move Downward on your start screen to the lower tiles, vs. swiping down on a tile? Differentiating that would be important. I'm all in favor of something like this. Where the tiles were more like widgets that you could actually interact with. For me, live tiles don't show me enough information without going into the app itself. Thus, they're flipping static icons.

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    08-27-2015 08:29 PM
  3. anon(5725119)'s Avatar
    How do you move Downward on your start screen to the lower tiles, vs. swiping down on a tile?
    Maybe a short swipe down only on the tile would cause it to flip? Not sure if that would be practical.
    08-28-2015 08:51 AM

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