We know that viewing & managing notifications in one places is valued by our customers. Check out the Action Center features now in Windows Phone 8.1 at http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/features-8-1
40,929 votesAdminMobile Guru (Admin, Windows Phone) responded
Thanks for your shortcut suggestion. Always great to see such great feedback and excitement about this feature. While we can’t promise to ship every suggestion that gets submitted, we will be sure that our product development team receives your feedback. What’s your great idea? Keep those votes coming!
We have made a number of improvements to IE in Windows Phone 8.1 including Reading view, settings sync, swype to navigate forward and back just to name a few. We did not get to everything, so please submit new suggestions for features that we missed/
Please note that several of the suggestions in the original post (ringer volume, orientation lock, etc.) have already been suggested elsewhere and are actively being voted on, so this idea has been consolidated to focus on IE 10 improvements.
To work optimally suggestions should be for a single idea or feature, so if you would like, please reallocate your votes to other suggestions that you feel are most important to you.D-TAN gave this 3 votes ·
This feature is now available in Windows Phone 8.
And as always, if you think this feature, or any other, needs improvement, be sure to create a new product suggestion so we can track it and other users can vote on your ideas. And while we can’t promise to ship every suggestion that gets submitted, we will be sure that our product development team receives your feedback. We’re always listening!D-TAN gave this 1 vote ·
Windows Phone 8.1 now offers separate volume controls for Ringer, Notifications as well as Media & Apps
We are truly floored by the number of feature suggestions that we have received and the excitement about future Windows Phone releases. Some of you have been wondering, “Will Windows Phone 7.8 have the same features as in Windows Phone 8?” The answer, unfortunately, is no. Windows Phone 8 is a generation shift in technology, which means that it will not run on existing hardware. BUT we care deeply about our existing customers and want to keep their phones fresh, so we’re providing the new Start screen in the upcoming 7.8 update. We’ll have more to share on the Windows Phone 7.8 update in the coming weeks.
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