Microsoft updates its Windows Insider Feedback Hub in the wake of botched update
As the Windows team re-releases its Windows 10 October 2018 Update to address the deletion of files that occurred with its previous efforts, the Windows team is also tacking on an update to its Feedback Hub.
The update to the Feedback Hub that comes with an updated version of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update release is taking the impact of bugs or flaws into account.
Previously, bugs were reported flatly across the Windows Insider experience with the Windows team presumably using upvotes as an indicator as to how many people may be affected by an issue.
However, with the update to the Feedback Hub,
We have added an ability for users to also provide an indication of impact and severity when filing User Initiated Feedback. We expect this will allow us to better monitor the most impactful issues even when feedback volume is low.
The update comes as some Insiders took to Twitter have rightly pointed out that the file deletion issue was something flagged in the Feedback Hub prior to release.
Sampling of Feedback Hub reports of data deletion from as early as 3 months ago pic.twitter.com/xlfsuEbh1d
— Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) October 6, 2018
As of now, the Windows team is re-releasing the update to Insider it seems, as the team looks to use the new Feedback Hub as a metric for analyzing a full public release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.Further reading: Feedback Hub, Microsoft, Windows 10 Insider Preview, Windows 10 October 2018 Update