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Microsoft updates the Feedback Hub with new design

The Feedback Hub on Windows 10 is in for a splash of new paint, as Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to the app for Fast Ring and Skip Ahead Insiders. Alongside this, there are a few other additions to the settings and a new 'Objectives' tab.

The main feature of this update is the redesign of the Feedback page. The look has been revised with a higher density of feedback items now visible in one glance, and the number of upvotes has been moved to the right side of the pane. The number of comment is also displayed prominently in this design, compared to the small note at the bottom that they were accorded previously.

Open an individual piece of feedback and you'll also be met with a new design. Though, in this case, the density of items has actually been significantly reduced, with most of the top being occupied by large icons for the 'Share' button and the details of the PC. Below these, you can find the usual highlighted comments by Microsoft employees, followed by comments submitted by regular Insiders.

Also new in this update is a whole new 'Objectives' tab, which is accorded a place in the slide-out menu on the left. This is basically a renaming and a redesign of the 'Profile' pane in the current design and shows your profile, your achievements, quests, milestones, and feedback in a vertically-scrollable grid, as opposed to the tabbed interface previously.

Lastly, the settings for the app have been updated to allow you to save a local copy of the diagnostics log created when you submit a piece of feedback to Microsoft. Also, since the 'Profile' tab has been replaced by 'Objectives', your device information has now been moved to the app settings.

The new update should now be propagating to Fast Ring and Skip Ahead Insiders, though we weren't able to see it on our devices so it may be the case that the rollout is being staggered. You can grab the update by simply checking for updates in the Microsoft Store or by finding the app using the link here.

Source and images: Windows Blog Italia

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