TileFlyoutNotification TileFlyoutNotification TileFlyoutNotification TileFlyoutNotification TileFlyoutNotification Class


Provides the details of a tile flyout (mix view) notification. This includes the notification's XML content and, optionally, its expiration time. This class also provides a method by which you can retrieve the current flyout notification's XML content.

This class is part of the following general API usage pattern:

public : sealed class TileFlyoutNotification
struct winrt::Windows::UI::Notifications::TileFlyoutNotification
public sealed class TileFlyoutNotification
Public NotInheritable Class TileFlyoutNotification
var tileFlyoutNotification = new tileFlyoutNotification(content);

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10240.0 - for Xbox, see UWP features that aren't yet supported on Xbox)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v1)


TileFlyoutNotification(XmlDocument) TileFlyoutNotification(XmlDocument) TileFlyoutNotification(XmlDocument) TileFlyoutNotification(XmlDocument) TileFlyoutNotification(XmlDocument)

Creates a TileFlyoutNotification object for use in a tile flyout (mix view) notification. This object provides the XML content of the notification— the sub-tiles to be displayed and the text and image elements used in each sub-tile.


Content Content Content Content Content

Gets the XML description of the current tile flyout (mix view) notification. This content can then be examined or manipulated as necessary.


A tile flyout notification always includes the entire flyout. To update any part of the notification, you must resend the entire notification. For instance, to update the content of only one of the flyout's sub-tiles while leaving the rest of the notification unchanged, call this method to get the current XML payload, alter only the attributes of the specific subtile element, and resend the full payload in a new notification.

ExpirationTime ExpirationTime ExpirationTime ExpirationTime ExpirationTime

Gets or sets the time that the system will remove the tile flyout (mix view) notification. By default, a tile flyout notification does not expire. It is generally a best practice to explicitly set an expiration time to avoid stale content.

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