When Windows Phone 7 was launched, it wasn’t just a launcher for apps, it was the users personal content like their friends, pictures and music right from their home screen. All of what the users want, to grant them easy access on the home screen and they can arrange it the way they wanted it to be. But unfortunately, some things have changed.
Microsoft is not allowing their users to access their content any longer, users can no longer pin their OneNote notebook or any sections that will pop in their home screens. Not only that, Microsoft is also removing access to the users Facebook photo albums, both in and out the official Facebook app and as well for the integrated section within the Photo app on Windows Phone 8.1. Now, Microsoft only shows the latest 50 or so albums.
Why would a superb feature of the Facebook app are removed? Microsoft should have not done it if they don’t want their consumers to choose another mobile brand! Or at least learn how to communicate and learn from the consumers on what they want. This feature helped a lot of people from remembering other people from the past, why would such a feature has been removed from the Windows Phone. Let us know what do you think about it?
Source: Pocket Now