Solution to the potential safety issue: the window motors could detect unexpected resistance and automatically reopen. Automatic garage doors have done this forever (separately from the electronic eye that detects objects under the door, the motor will also stop and reverse if the closing door meets resistance).
Someone change the title of this to something less confusing. Maybe Control Windows from the Tesla App. Odd that this has never been a possibility, perhaps there is no connection betwixt and between.
I do wonder about the safety hazard of closing the windows when I am not around the hear the screams, perhaps this will have to wait until we have the ability to stream the cameras to our app so we can watch. I believe I have seen videos of people closing things in the windows and they retract when they hit hard things like bone.
If they get the sunroof to close when rain is detected, we need to get the windows closed too.
In my BMW I can open and close my windows with the remote. I stop when the amount of opening is desired (half-open if I want). This is useful when I'm almost finished at work and I don't want the car to be an oven for humans.
Can vent the roof using the 3rd Party app Remote S.
Opening the windows - or more specifically, closing them - is more controversial, as there's a safety hazard in closing windows without checking nobody has hands / head / feet / etc trapped by the window.
I REALLY want this. I would also love to have a button on the screen (and the app) that allows me to vent the pano and drop all windows one inch when exiting the car. Doing it manually is a bit of a PIA.