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    • #1983750 Reply

      woody
      Da Boss

      Couldn’t’ve said it better myself…. https://twitter.com/BruceDawson0xB/status/1184493392442449920 The fact that Google (or bing) searches don’t turn
      [See the full post at: Liberate the Windows Feedback Hub!]

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    • #1983751 Reply

      AlexEiffel
      AskWoody_MVP

      Maybe if it was indexed, too much bad negativity would come out each time you search for something with Windows 10… 😉

      Anyway, I support the idea as well. I can’t count the number of times it takes me a while to find an obvious issue or bug that not much people seem to talk about on the web.

       

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    • #1983752 Reply

      PKCano
      Da Boss

      The fact that Google (or bing) searches don’t turn up Feedback Hub results is, in and of itself, proof that the Hub is unusable.

      Not to mention that priority seems to be placed on “up votes,” not real problems.
      More Emojis anyone?

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    • #1983772 Reply

      Chronocidal Guy
      AskWoody Lounger

      The really painful kicker with this is the catch-22 situation of needing a working Windows 10 machine… to debug your broken Windows 10 machine.

      Would be really nice to be able to access it on alternate platforms, for those cases where the bug you’re troubleshooting makes the feedback hub inherently inaccessible.

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    • #1983777 Reply

      anonymous

      As we used to say at my old job, “We’re accepting comments, not changes.”

    • #1983867 Reply

      Susan Bradley
      AskWoody MVP

      I see that and raise you:

      “make it so that insiders can vote on non insider bugs and visa versa”

       

      Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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    • #1984012 Reply

      JLamede
      AskWoody Plus

      This post deserves thanks, but — in a good many years of use — I’ve never known the feedback hub (or any form of feedback to Microsoft) to be anything other than a monumental waste of time and effort!

      • #1984196 Reply

        anonymous

        It all just goes right to Redmond’s Bit Bucket anyways!

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