305 votes51 comments · Universal Windows Platform » Dev Center + Store · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
There are a lot of feedbacks asking to allow developers to delete/remove apps and IAPs from their Dev Center.
These feedbacks were all refused, and I can imagine the motivation behind this, so I try to formulate better what's really the point is on this:
If a developer has many unpublished apps or IAPs their dashboard start to become a mess and the developer have to see to a lot of not (more) relevant data regarding to app that there aren't no longer maintained or simply products which the developer is not focused right now.
So I think you should add some "hide" some option to not only unpublish app but eventually "logically remove" their entries from the dashboard (main app list, graphs, etc.)
You can eventually add a page where all the apps/IAPs hidden are listed and there the developer can eventually bring back them to the dashboard in case he changes his mind.
Do you think it can work this way?
Oh yes, we can't delete them and they will clutter the dashboard forever...
If I have, let's say, 60% of apps and IAPs unpublished e and 40% published...
Why in the world I must look at unpublished apps/IAPs?
If I unpublish them it's because I don't want to monitor them anymore or at least until I will publish them again, if I'd never do.
At least you should add some "hide" status or add more filter to not clutter dashboard and stats with "noise data" :) Don't you agree?
Well, a reorder option will also be fine. Or maybe a second list with the apps and in-app products no longer used. Something like that.
It will help to keep cleanness and order in the Dashboard if you allow developers to delete from the list apps or in-app products that will never be published again.
I agree with this, not only apps, but also in-app products that are no longer used.
Will be great if we can delete them to have always a clear and up-to-date dashboard.
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97 votes6 comments · Universal Windows Platform » Dev Center + Store · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the suggestion. I’m marking this as under review to note that the teams are aware of this suggestion and that it is under consideration.
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207 voteson the backlog · 4 comments · Universal Windows Platform » XAML/Controls APIs (UWP) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thank you for the suggestion and the spirited commentary. We are not adding this capability in the 8.0 release, but know that it is high on the consideration list for future Windows Phone releases.
Per the wonderful Mr. Torr: This should be supported now — if you use StoreRequestHelper.SendRequestAsync and pass 6 and an empty string as the parameters, you should get back a response. (Not documented yet…):
Will close this out once docs are out
310 votesworking on it · 30 comments · Universal Windows Platform » XAML/Controls APIs (UWP) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I'd love to have Markup Extensions on the XAML stack of WinRT (now we should say UWP)
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We have it on our backlog, definitely. —Rich