Microsoft is constantly working on improving the way their Insider Program members are sharing feedback about any of their products. Making the Feedback Hub on Windows 10 even better is clearly a part of this effort. Recently, the company has started rolling out a new Feedback Hub app update (version 1.1703.971.0) for its Windows Insider Fast ring users. It includes sharing improvements, new settings for notifications and some general improvements and bug fixes.
Sharing improvements include the ability to share any screenshot you have made to the Feedback Hub by just clicking Share and selecting it in the Share UI. After doing that, you will be redirected to the Add new feedback screen with your screenshot already attached to it. You can also use the screen sketch feature from Windows Ink to add some notes directly to your screenshot before posting it to the Feedback Hub.
With this update, you'll also be able to customize the notifications you're getting from the Feedback Hub. You can now disable some types of notifications if you're not interested in them, including announcements or new quests.
Version 1.1703.971.0 also fixes some rendering and scrolling issues in the Announcements and Quests sections of the app.
The Feedback Hub app comes preinstalled with the latest versions of Windows 10 by default. If you have deleted the app since installing the OS, and if you're a Fast ring Insider, then you can try the new features from the app's page on the Windows Store right here.
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Wasn’t this thing supposed to now work even with the Basic diagnostic/telemetry setting in the Creators Update? What happened to that promise?