Recently, Windows Insider head Dona Sarkar visited the Microsoft Store in Sydney, Australia, earlier this week. Sarkar was likely taking a much-needed break after attending the Microsoft Ability Summit in Redmond on May 4, 2017. According to the “Community Update,”
@donasarkar paid us a visit today! 😊Thanks for the #Selfie #alwaysvertical https://t.co/urnxJoxjMp pic.twitter.com/QeeeOpSqaM
— Paul O'Malley (@paulomalley) May 9, 2017
In addition to visiting the Microsoft Store, Sarkar put Microsoft team members to work on a “special mission.” There is no hint of what that mission is just yet. However, Sarkar wrote a “Community Update” where she hinted at what might be coming next for Windows Insiders in a blog post:
“Today (May 4, 2017) is the annual Microsoft Ability Summit – the day we bring together all of the teams at Microsoft to plan how to Inspire > Build > Enable technology for our community who have “special abilities”. The #WindowsInsiders will play a major role with a big session on Being Obsessed with Customer Feedback where we will talk about co-creating Windows with our community members who do have special abilities. We take our mission to empower EVERY person on the planet to do the thing very seriously.”
Thank you @MicrosoftStore Sydney for letting me crash you today–I left Alex and Paul with a very important mission! #DoTheThing team! <3
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) May 9, 2017
Maybe we will hear more about this very important mission for Windows Insiders at Microsoft Build 2017 later today. Stay tuned.