When the very first insider editions of Windows 10 were launched, Microsoft asked for feedback on the Windows 10 experience through the Windows Insider app and the Feedback Hub. Coming in the Anniversary edition of Windows 10 though, (and currently in the latest build,) these two experiences will be merged into one Feedback Hub. While the Windows Feedback Hub is centered on feedback for Windows, thanks to the power of Windows 10, developers also now have a similar tool to gain feedback on their Windows Store apps.
Ever wondered what your users think about your app? Chris Tulip explains the new app feedback capabilities.https://t.co/Yqv6NQTbVb
— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) April 6, 2016
In the video, Chris Tulip, Program Manager at Microsoft, explains that the process of integrating feedback in an application is very simple. According to Chris, the entire process takes just three lines of straightforward code. All that is required for the process is a Windows Store application, the Windows Store engagement SDK, and the developer adding a button to the app bar with a single click handler.
If the process sounds interesting to you, or if you might want to develop your own Windows Store app, you can check out the documentation for the process by clicking here.Further reading: Apps, developer, Windows Store