Microsoft Launches Feedback Portal for Windows, Microsoft 365 and Edge

According to online sources, Microsoft is preparing to launch a new Feedback Portal, which will be designed to match modern design styles. According to reports, it will be available in preview later this year. Initially, the portal will provide feedback on Microsoft 365 and Edge, with support for Windows 11 coming in 2022.

Image: Windows Central

Image: Windows Central

According to the source, at launch, the Feedback Portal will only support English. Later, the developers will add support for other languages. The new portal will not only allow users to leave reviews and comments on other posts, they will also be able to vote on posts they like that they think are really useful. In addition, users will receive status updates on the feedback they submit. It is also possible that in the future the number of Microsoft products supported on the portal will be expanded.

Thus, users of the Microsoft 365 cloud service and the Edge browser will soon be able to leave their feedback on the new portal. While no exact launch date has been announced for the Feedback Portal, the source says it will go public towards the end of the year. Those who want to leave a review about Windows 11 will have to wait for some time, since such an opportunity will appear on the portal only next year.

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