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sk3pt1c

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Nov 29, 2005
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So i swipe down from the lock screen and some notifications i can swipe to the right to launch into the app, some others i can't.

Similarly from home screen, swipe down and some i can launch with tap, some only with 3D touch and even then i can't push harder to launch the app, i have to tap.

Seems inconsistent to say the least.

also sometimes, i'll tap a notification, it'll launch the app but not take me where it's supposed to.

anyone else had this happen?
 

circatee

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...yes, I'm right there with you. Weird really; clearly an iOS 10 issue.
Or, are we doing it wrong? :(
 
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C DM

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Seems like an inconsistency related to 3D Touch in one way or another as this kind of thing doesn't seem to affect devices without 3D Touch.
 
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sk3pt1c

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would it be an iOS 10 issue, the app creator or a little bit of both?

i was thinking that too, but default apps behave this way as well.

i've had mail notifications where i swipe left and hit Clear and it just refuses to go away.

3D Touch should give you more options, it's nice to have it but i think it should go like this.

Peek -> get 3D touch contextual menu, tap (or drag) on option to interact
Pop -> launch straing into the notification, like the tap of yesteryear

I'm fine with killing tap or swipe for notifications but the functionality has to be uniform / consistent ffs!
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...yes, I'm right there with you. Weird really; clearly an iOS 10 issue.
Or, are we doing it wrong? :(

I don't think we are, i've tried several ways to do it but it always ends up being "buggy" or actually buggy, like mail notifications refusing to Clear.
 
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