Microsoft Edge’s development team will be fielding your questions and taking suggestions on Twitter starting today at 12 PM PDT. During the two hour Twitter session, you can tweet the developers any questions you have about Microsoft Edge by using the hashtag #AskMSEdge. The developers are likely open to new ideas you have any suggestions for new features on Microsoft Edge, as it is always good to get an outside perspective on what can be done to improve Microsoft Edge.
Join us tomorrow (9/15) from 12PM to 2PM Pacific for our next Microsoft Edge tweet chat! For those 2 hours, use #AskMSEdge for any questions
— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) September 14, 2015
I think Microsoft Edge can be an even better browser to succeed Internet Explorer, but I think it has a ways to go before I will use it exclusively. If you think you have the next great idea for a new feature on Microsoft Edge, feel free to let the developers know on Twitter. All ideas are welcome, so don’t miss out on the Twitter Q&A, 12 PM-2 PM PDT, and don’t forget to use the hastag #AskMSEdge!Further reading: Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Twitter, Windows 10