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Topic # 90789 29-Sep-2011 15:26 Send private message

I don't use twitter so don't know if that is working but I can't FB notifications working on my "Me" live tile...I should bee seeing reply/comment notifications - correct?

FB chat works so looks like I'm linked ok

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  Reply # 527274 29-Sep-2011 15:58 Send private message

worked fine for me all through beta & also since updating yesterday

currently showing 4 new notifications.  1 facebook thread comment, 3 tweet mentions.  Also shows my last tweet that i made via tweetdeck on the PC a mere 20 seconds ago...




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  Reply # 527290 29-Sep-2011 16:20 Send private message

Ah, it shows replies but not direct messages.

Hrm doesn't appear to be a place for messages except the official app?

The chat function doesn't like offline messaging

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  Reply # 527413 29-Sep-2011 21:07 Send private message

no DM for now. i expect it might come in an update some time, and be integrated into the SMS/Live/Facebook chat thread. They probably ran out of time to add that, and Lync, natively




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