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Topic # 70351 22-Oct-2010 08:18 Send private message

I have been using the phone for a day now. Am Loving it. I have some suggestions.

1) Create a seperate "Contacts" hub that is solely contacts that can be sync'd with an Outlook Contacts List. I love the idea of the People hub, but its really not always practical when it comes to just wanting the numbers and to sync with Outlook.

2) Create a unified mailbox or a Hub for Mail items that contains all the mailboxes created, the option to have seperate mail tiles is great but also annoying.

3) the Applications list can become very long it would be good if you can scroll between 2 or more screens with apps on them (i know I know it sounds very Apple/Android... but it works) or allow the list to be split into 2 columns.

Thanks again for a great product.

Please add your suggestions below.

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  Reply # 394641 22-Oct-2010 08:25 Send private message

Also I suggest tethering...

Thats going to become a big issue if uptake is going to go mainstream.



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  Reply # 394654 22-Oct-2010 09:00 Send private message

Yeah Agreed. Seperate Contacts would make it easier to sync details to the SIM Card if needed too.

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  Reply # 394657 22-Oct-2010 09:04 Send private message

Ryrager: Also I suggest tethering...

Thats going to become a big issue if uptake is going to go mainstream.

Tethering will likely come in the next major update at a guess. Will be interesting to see what limitations are placed on it.

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  Reply # 394663 22-Oct-2010 09:17 Send private message

I would say a better way of changing the various wireless settings without going into the settings menu, like how android has a power widget that lets you switch off/on wifi,3g,gps etc
also a better way of selecting text instead of having a hovering curser that you drop in place and a way to edit the settings of each app within the app and not in a dedicated applications settings menu within settings. The browser needs work as well, it's slow and you can't enter a web page while in horizontal I think.
Multitasking would be nice as well but wouldn't want to sacrifice the buttery smoothness to have it

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  Reply # 394685 22-Oct-2010 10:17 Send private message

I totally agree on the wireless thing, its my only real pet peeve at the moment.  (Aside from C&P which is coming)

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