Bug Makes People Think Microsoft Blocks Negative Feedback
Microsoft is betting big on user feedback to improve its products, or at least, that’s what the company itself reiterates every now and then.
Insider programs like Windows Insider should technically be living proof that gaining feedback is a key part of everything that Microsoft builds these days, be it software or hardware.
But at the same time, bugs that happen occasionally make people think that what the company is more interested in is positive feedback that more or less confirms its way of doing things is the right one moving forward.
It’s just a bug, folks
For example, reddit users have come across a glitch that prevents some from selecting the “Hate it” option when sending feedback about Microsoft Edge. Selecting any other option, including “Don’t like it,” appears to be working correctly, and so does writing in the additiona… (read more)
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