Last month, Microsoft finally delivered to Windows Insiders on the Redstone builds an improved “Feedback Hub” that merged the former Insider Hub and Windows Feedback app. This new hub is used by Microsoft engineers to gather user feedback on the latest updates, features, concerns or suggestions.
A week before Build 2016, Microsoft released Windows 10 Redstone build 14291 that enabled the ability to have an official Microsoft response appear on your feedback. And then a week later, during Build 2016, Microsoft revealed that Windows Insiders on Redstone Builds would soon be able to comment in the Feedback Hub app, opening the way for more conversations between Windows Insiders and Microsoft engineers.
Well, we’re happy to report that commenting in the Feedback Hub is finally enabled in the latest Windows 10 Insider build 14316, and you can find all the details below:
As we announced at Build last week, we have added the ability to comment on feedback inside the Feedback Hub. You have seen responses from our engineering team in the app already, in what we call “sticky comments”. Those comments are now the top items in a comments thread where you can discuss feedback with each other and us. So in addition to up-voting on feedback, you can now comment on feedback too. We hope you will use the discussion feature to share workarounds, discuss suggestions others have made, and share any new info you have about problems you’re seeing. As always, please let us know what you think by going to Apps & Games > Feedback Hub and joining the discussion!
As the feedback from Windows Insiders is essential for improving Microsoft latest operating system, we’re excited to see Microsoft finally deliver a much more useful Feedback Hub. Are you happy that the Feedback Hub can now be used to comment on the feedback from other users? Please tell us in the comments below.Further reading: build 14316, Build 2016, Redstone, update, Windows 10, Windows 10 Insider