S1542770299472, Feb 20, 2019 : A lot of people would agree that with the current size of phone screens these days it's becoming more and more difficult to reach up to the top and pull down the quick settings+notification menu. I do appreciate the "swipe down from anywhere" feature but even once it's been pulled down, the user still needs to readjust their phone inorder to reach the quick settings at the top. I am proposing that OnePlus makes it optional to the user whether to have the quick settings+notifications menu come down from the top by swiping down OR come up from the bottom by swiping up. In the case of the gesture options you could dedicate the left side to swipe up the quick settings instead of having two sides that go back. Who are the users? Because the change will be optional in the settings like the notch display thing, the small change will apply to all users based on preference. It would also be VERY beneficial to users with smaller hands and have difficulty reaching up to select certain options. What is the proposed function? Implement an option to have quick settings swipe down from the top or swipe up from the bottom. What is the user value? This improves ease of access to the user that makes use of quick settings+notifications menu on a daily basis. If there are existing comparable functions in the smartphone industry, how is your proposed feature superior? iPhone has their quick settings from the bottom as well but without the option to choose. Even if they don't like it, so be it. But having the option to choose and personalise is what Android is all about. And simplicity and convinience to the user is I'm sure important to OnePlus.