Join Microsoft’s Reddit AMA to ask questions about the Windows 10 Feedback Hub

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This past Friday, Microsoft called on Windows 10 fans to tweet questions to Dona Sarkar, for the chance for answers on the Windows Insider podcast. Well, if you missed that initial opportunity to connect with members of the Windows 10 team, you might want to join Microsoft’s Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) to ask questions about the Windows 10 Feedback Hub (via Neowin.)

The AMA will begin promptly at 1:30 PM (Pacific Time) later today on the Windows 10 Subreddit. It is hosted by program manager Devin Sinha, who first mentioned the AMA session on his Twitter account.

Again, this is the perfect opportunity to have your questions about the Feedback Hub answered. For starters, you can ask questions about how Microsoft filters the feedback in the hub, decides to respond to feedback, or you can even ask about the origin story of the application.

Which questions do you have relating to the Feedback hub? Do you actively use the Feedback Hub app to submit your feedback to Microsoft? Be sure to visit the AMA later today, and come back to drop us a comment to let us know if you had your question answered!