The video, with the glamorous title "Developer's Guide to Windows 10 Preview: (13) Action Center", was posted Monday alongside many other Windows 10 app developer tutorials on Microsoft's Channel 9 website. The video shows a slide starting at the 1:27-minute mark where the new Windows 10 for phones action center is displayed.
As you can see from the screenshot taken from the video, the action center's third line shows both a flashlight and a quick note button. Both of these features will be highly useful for Windows 10 smartphone owners. Hopefully, both will appear in the next public phone preview for the OS, which could be available any day now.
We should caution until Microsoft confirms these additions, they should be understood as being probable but not definite.
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