The Control Center interface is centered on the toolbar, which appears when you press the CAAVO button on your remote:
You can dismiss the Control Center interface by pressing the CAAVO button a second time, or pressing the BACK button.
From this screen you can access all of Control Center's features and settings. Here's what each of these menu options lets you do:
Search is the central way to interact with Control Center. The easiest way to search is by holding the MIC button on your Control Center remote, but you can also type in search queries from this screen. Check out this article to learn more about Searching on Control Center.
This screen will allow you to change between the source devices connected to your Control Center. You can view this screen by pressing the SOURCE DEVICES button on your Control Center remote (and dismissing using the same button). You can also change sources by holding the MIC button on your Control Center remote and saying "watch [device name]." For example, you can say "watch Roku" and Control Center will automatically switch the Roku source device.
This screen will allow you to directly launch any of the apps you have on your source devices. You can also launch these apps by saying "watch [Device name]". For example, you can press the MIC button and say "Watch Netflix", which will automatically launch Netflix. You can also do a simple search by using just the app name, i.e. "Netflix." The order of the apps on this page also represents their priority. If a show is available on more than one app, then Control Center will launch that show on the left-most app on this screen. Click here to learn how to re-order your apps.
You can launch any movie or show on your watchlists by pressing the MIC button on your Control Center remote and saying "watch [movie/show title]". For example, saying "watch Moana" will open Amazon and launch the movie Moana right where you left off.
This menu includes an array of preferences you can set. Everything from which device should launch your apps, to which network your Control Center is connected to. Check out these articles for details on each of the options seen above: