We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel deliver a roundup of announcements from Ignite, including some insight into the next generation of Windows. GroupMe could be expanding its feature set, Razer has announced smart glasses, a Lumia and iPhone expert has joined the Microsoft Surface team, and more!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on March 5th 2021.
- Microsoft introduces new Outlook features to improve calendar and schedule tasks | Windows Central
- Microsoft helps with Google's Flutter 2 update to improve apps on Surface Duo | Windows Central
- Microsoft Teams is getting new security, privacy, and compliance features | Windows Central
- 'Holoportation' is now a reality thanks to Microsoft Mesh, Azure, and HoloLens 2 | Windows Central
- Panos Panay teases 'next generation of Windows' is coming in fireside chat at Ignite 2021 | Windows Central
- Lumia and iPhone imaging expert, Ari Partinen, joins Microsoft's Surface team | Windows Central
- Alexa for Xbox app pops up in Microsoft Store, though it doesn't work yet | Windows Central
- Microsoft's GroupMe looks to expand into finding groups, voice, and video calls like Telegram, Signal | Windows Central
- It's time: Xbox's achievement system is due for an upgrade | Windows Central
- Razer just made smart glasses for people who work all day and they look awesome | Windows Central
- Microsoft Edge on iOS, Android about to get more features faster than ever | Windows Central
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Zac, I am pretty sure that you are accidentally unchecking the checkbox to notify subscribers when you upload the videos to YouTube. I guess you are also losing listeners/viewers by this.
Notifications work fine when there is an upcoming live video, but once the edited one gets uploaded, there is not any notification and the live video simply disappears from the user's subscription channel while the edited one is not featured.
I just realised that I cannot find this episode from the Youtube of our Smart TV at all, the latest episode that is in the channel is 215 and the search for 216 returns nothing.
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