Channels for Windows 10

Channels are the second tier of the hierarchy. Tabs are comprised of channels, therefore, to access channels user navigate from Tabs to Channels. 

Channels are designed to further organize various content. For example, a Tab may be the broad category of a Week Long Convention, and each Channel in the Tab would be a day containing that day's schedules, presenters, contact information, ect. 


A user clicks a tab and the menu presents all Channels listed under that Tab. To gain access to the stories in a particular channel, a user simply taps the desired channel.  

Once the channel is selected, all the stories will appear in the window to the right. The story will have a visual representation, as well as a the Content IQ Badge. Below the picture will be the Stories Title and Author. 

If there are multiple stories in the Channel, by default, the stories are organized by date. However, users have the option (top right left the window) to customize the organization settings. There are a variety of sorting options a user may choose. By clicking the Sort by Date button in the top right a drop menu appears.

A user may click their sorting preference. 

In the top right of the window is the option to arrange stories in either list or grid fashion. 

This is how the stories will appear in the Grid Fashion.

This is how the stories will appear in List format.



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