New Feedback Hub Collections feature groups similar problems into single items
The latest Windows 10 build adds an interesting Feedback Hub feature, allowing users to better track similar problems and suggestions. The new Collections feature aims at reducing the number of duplicate pieces of feedback.
The first version of the Collections app is 1.1612.10251.0. Windows 10 users will be able to highlight particular reports and suggestions by upvoting them and joining them into collections. The Collections app also allows users to provide Microsoft’s engineers with more details by uploading screenshots, and comment on the feedback with others.
Windows 10 gets a new Collections feature in Feedback Hub
A few months ago, we asked you what was one of your biggest pieces of feedback about the Feedback Hub. You said, “too many duplicate pieces of feedback!”. We love working with you to create a better experience for everyone using the Feedback Hub, so today we are so happy to announce Collections. Collections are now live in Feedback Hub […].
A Collection groups together feedback for similar problems and suggestions into single items that bring together all the voices who expressed that sentiment in one place. All of your individual voices will be amplified when your feedback and upvotes are joined together into collections, and you’ll be able to see just how big your voice can become. […]
Thank you for your feedback, Insiders. Because of you, the Feedback Hub is becoming better for ALL customers.
The Feedback Hub also received other interesting improvements and fixes with previous Windows 10 builds. As a quick reminder, the Feedback Hub now supports Dark mode, just like many other Windows 10 apps. Also, the detail page of posts shows the name of the original author.
Have you tested the new Feedback Hub Collections feature?
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