I think there's kind of this notion (and it's been talked about before) that Ti is more rigid but Te is flexible. Ti's categories are kind of like more harshly defined- it's more wrapped up in a neat ribbon or something, and Te is something that is more adaptive to what Fi wants because Fi 'wants things' in a different and stronger way than Fe wants something.
But I mean idk if I fully grasp that or something being a F type so maybe there is examples of how Ti is flexible and Te is rigid. For example Ti is probably more flexible for people who have 3D or 4D Ti I'd assume?
I'm not a te valuer but I have appreciated this in situations I think because I do really see how Ti categories are often just kind of pointless, overrated or limiting, or they don't really lead anywhere or have much momentum because it's more of this neat box. I mean I still hate Te ofc but this is probably the one thing about Te I kinda like for some reason?