As Windows 10 Threshold 2 is nearing, we get a sneak peek at the oncoming new features in the form of jump list for Windows Store apps (courtesy of WZor.)
Found in the release note for Windows 10 TH2 Build 10540.0.150903-1605, the feature will allow developer to build jump lists for Windows Store apps (also called “immersive apps” in the document), the content of which will be available also from tiles in the Start menu, Most used list, All apps list, and the task bar.
A quick recap for those unfamiliar, Jump lists are lists of recently opened items organized by the program that was used to open them. The handy feature – formerly restricted to desktop apps – will be a huge improvement to usability for Windows apps, and we hope to see universal developer support when it arrives.
Via: WindowsCentralFurther reading: Microsoft, Start Menu, Threshold, Windows 10