Tell Microsoft how much you love or hate the Windows 10 touch keyboard

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Microsoft is inviting you to share your feedback regarding the Windows touch keyboard with the engineers who are directly responsible for designing and developing it.  This will be a perfect opportunity to share your thoughts on the touch keyboard, and offer suggestions on improvement.

Those interested can participate in an online session on Sunday, September 29, 2019, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM (Pacific Time).  All you have to do is bookmark this page.

During the feedback session, which is basically a live chat, Microsoft will take notes on your experiences when its your time to participate in the one-on-one talk.  The company might even ask you for your thoughts on new design ideas for other Microsoft products and features.

You won’t have to provide any personal data, such as name, birth date, phone number, etc.

“Our engineers are excited to hear from you! As we’ve seen with previous research sessions, the insights and suggestions you provide have an important impact on future development for Windows users around the world,” Microsoft says.

This is a pretty cool way to gather feedback directly from users.  Let us know in the comments below if you plan on participating, and/or if you have any feedback regarding the touch keyboard in Windows.