TileUpdateManagerForUser TileUpdateManagerForUser TileUpdateManagerForUser TileUpdateManagerForUser TileUpdateManagerForUser Class

Definition

Creates TileUpdater objects used to change and update Start menu tiles for a specific user. This class also provides access to the XML content of the system-provided tile templates so that you can customize that content for use in updating your tiles.

public : sealed class TileUpdateManagerForUser
struct winrt::Windows::UI::Notifications::TileUpdateManagerForUser
public sealed class TileUpdateManagerForUser
Public NotInheritable Class TileUpdateManagerForUser
// This class does not provide a public constructor.
Attributes

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (introduced v10.0.14393.0)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v3)

Properties

User User User User User

Gets the user that receives the toast notifications created by this object.

Methods

CreateTileUpdaterForApplication(String) CreateTileUpdaterForApplication(String) CreateTileUpdaterForApplication(String) CreateTileUpdaterForApplication(String) CreateTileUpdaterForApplication(String)

Creates a new TileUpdater for a tile for the bound user. The tile can belong to the calling app or any other app in the same package. The TileUpdater lets a developer change the appearance of that tile.

CreateTileUpdaterForApplicationForUser() CreateTileUpdaterForApplicationForUser() CreateTileUpdaterForApplicationForUser() CreateTileUpdaterForApplicationForUser() CreateTileUpdaterForApplicationForUser()

Creates and initializes a new instance of the TileUpdater, which lets you change the appearance of the calling app's tile for the bound user.

CreateTileUpdaterForSecondaryTile(String) CreateTileUpdaterForSecondaryTile(String) CreateTileUpdaterForSecondaryTile(String) CreateTileUpdaterForSecondaryTile(String) CreateTileUpdaterForSecondaryTile(String)

Creates a new TileUpdater, which enables you to change the appearance of a secondary tile for the bound user. The tile can belong to the calling app or any other app in the same package.