The problem: We have 2 screens in our app where the scrolling chronological is reversed (one page scroll in ascending chronological order and the other descending). From a UX point of view, this seems problematic and inconsistent UI behavior.
Page 1: Is like a scrolling calendar list where the current day is at the top of the list and the user scrolls down (past/present -> future) to view upcoming calendar items. This makes good sense because the users will start from the day they are on and rarely have the need to look at previous days in their calendar.
Page 2: Is more like a notice board where the user views notes from others. It is most important for them to see the upcoming and current note items first and then scroll to see previous notes (newest -> oldest).
As you can see the chronological order of the scrolling direction is reversed between each page.
Will this be a big problem for the users? How might I go about reducing any possible confusion?