The Windows Insider Pulse Poll lets you shape the upcoming builds
Microsoft cherishes Insiders’ feedback and relies on it to improve the upcoming Windows versions. The company recently introduced a weekly Windows Insider Pulse Poll, allowing users to answers a series of questions on how they feel about the Windows Insider Program and the latest builds.
The Redmong giant will then use this information to shape the upcoming build releases:
We take your feedback seriously and we will use the results of these weekly polls to represent Windows Insider sentiment in Flight Ops the following week.
The surveys contains a series of questions about Insiders‘ satisfaction degree with the latest builds. Users are also asked if Microsoft can contact them in the future based on their responses to the weekly survey. This may include invitations to Microsoft or Windows Insider events near you, or additional opportunities to provide feedback on Windows 10, Windows devices or the Windows Insider Program.
For the time being, the platform does not show the results of the surveys, but Microsoft will be working to share them over time.
Insiders welcomed Microsoft’s new initiative and promised to fill in the survey regularly.
Windows Insider Pulse Poll bugs
Unfortunately, the new Windows Insider Pulse weekly survey is affected by a few bugs. For example, there is no contact box on Mobile for Insiders to add their contact information. Also, when we tried to fill in the survey, we encountered an error that prompted us to check the answer boxes again.
You can fill in Microsoft’s new Windows Insider Pulse survey here.
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