Microsoft announces new issue tracker for Edge, submit your bugs now

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Microsoft has just kicked off its Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2016, and the company is explaining right now how it wants to change how it will deliver its new browser to the community. Microsoft has just announced a new issue tracker for Edge that will allow Microsoft engineers to better listen to user feedback. The new tool has been designed from the ground up and is directly integrated into Edge engineers workflow.

The new tool allow any user to report or search EdgeHTML issues, such as problems with site rendering or standards compliance. You will see more transparent progress from Microsoft as when you'll file bugs, you can get notified about replies from the engineering team.

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