Use two different gestures to turn on/off an option or for access to the page of this one in the quick settings
The Windows Phone 8.1 preview revealed the quick settings in action center. But few of them are not ergonomically to use. For example, the wifi button!
In the case of the wifi is off, push the button turn the wifi on, but another push on it show now the wifi setting page instead of desactivation.
It's not an ergonomic usage!
Many of quick settings in action center may be improved by adding 2 different gestures:
-one push on the button: activation/desactivation
-hold the button: access to the settings page
This gesture can be apply to all the settings that need more interaction than just activation/desactivation, like bluetooth, internet sharing, VPN, etc.
Yes, and also this features should be allows for third party applications.
Please make a Third Party Capability to allow such settings turn on or off.
You should have to do it.
Onkar Nirmale commented
Instead of touch and hold like Android... Windows phone should use "double tap" to open full settings.
To be perfectly honest, just keeping the "-one push on the button: activation/deactivation" would be enough. These are supposed to be "quick settings" after all. There is a button on the drop down menu to go to the full settings after all.
Please make the quick settings more 'quick'.
Yes, the one-push to active/deactivate a setting
and the hold-button to access the settings page is a wonderful idea!!
Please do this...
It would be nice if we could close the action center by swiping up from anywhere on the screen instead of the bottom bar. It would make it just a little bit easier and natural to close.
Please vote here to get back the great text cursor positioning as it was in 8.0:
Some idea just logic, why a simple gesture to turn on wifi, and 3 to close it?
Why did not MS think about that?
This this this ohh god please make this happen.
This idea will never be realized because is too logical.
WP to so little share today also it is Microsoft's own fault, even the most basic mobile phone functions to the WP8.1 version is still not perfect, from 8.0 to 8.1 spent two years just to add a few other platform features several years ago. Microsoft's usual practice is to arrogant, slow, slower, slowest ... ... System updates are slow as a turtle, some basic features to consumers many times begged to give added! WP development for 4 years to know what Microsoft, A Microsoft phone system from the WM system has 10 years still do not understand what features users want mobile phone, Microsoft phone system looks like you, give it up, good early demise。 look at Google, everything to fulfill as a starting point, continually updated system Android released only 4 years to become the world's first! Microsoft also thought himself is PC era of Overlord, you wrong has, not, you not, you has never not from consumers angle to development phone system just to himself personal experience to imposed to customer, a not respect customer feel and see not to market changes of enterprise destined to is will was consumers abandoned of, consumers abandoned of just WP also has you of Windows and Office, Kodak, and Motorola, and Nokia, and black Berry a once scenery unlimited of enterprise wants to following died, next will is you Microsoft did? Microsoft, don't be cocky and good learn from its opponents, system functions and details to improve WP, WP might have had the chance to live!
Yes this really needs to happen. Windows Phone would be so much better then.
guys read this and comment on these listed features and vote.
USB ON THE GO feature is embedded in the snapdragon s4 chip,just needed a os link between the chip,like they bring the fm radio in the gdr2 update, Please vote for this feature in Windows Phone suggestion Box here, http://windowsphone.uservoice.com/forums/101801-feature-suggestions/suggestions/4699337-need-usb-on-the-go-otg-in-windows-phone
Pls refer the following figure for clarification http://i.imgur.com/ckHPtAa.jpg
Or instead of holding down on a button they can add toggles (slide left - right for on and off) and if you want the settings page press on the thing.
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