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Under 8.1, I liked the "ME" app that put my avatar onto a tile on the Start menu and provided some Social networking functionality.

I upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile, and the tile was missing. Was the ME app removed from Windows 10 Mobile, or is it still available somehow?

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The Me Tile is no longer available in Windows 10 Mobile. Here is the full list of deprecated features:

  • Notifications for missed calls, messages and emails on contact tiles is not supported at the time of Windows 10 Mobile release.
  • Me Tile and Me Card are no longer supported.
  • Cortana can no longer search for apps, settings, email, text messages, contacts and QR Codes on the device and can no longer open apps through voice commands.
  • "Hey Cortana" is no longer available on some upgraded devices.
  • Group tiles can no longer be used to receive social networking status updates.
  • Indoor Maps are no longer available for some locations.
  • Certain enterprise features, including Data Protection Under Lock, are not available. Please contact your Microsoft Volume Licensing representative for more information.
  • At time of Windows 10 Mobile release Outlook Mail app cannot open .EML attachments.
  • The Outlook Calendar app does not support Tasks.
  • The MDM functionality to prevent saving and sharing Office documents is not supported.

Source: Microsoft.com (select Mobile → Feature deprecation)

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    Funny thing is, I still can open apps through Cortana voice commands just fine... – Thomas Mar 18 '16 at 13:45
  • Thanks for finding that list. It doesn't, however, list all changes, e.g. Microsoft Edge has replaced Internet Explorer and the saving of thumbshots of webpages to tiles (which I really liked) no longer works windowsphone.stackexchange.com/questions/12774/… – lkessler Mar 19 '16 at 15:11

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