Windows 11/10 has an app called Feedback Hub app. It can be used to send feedback to the team working on Windows 11/10. It can also be used to report problems to the Windows team. Also, you can view what are other users posting as feature requests.
How to submit feedback about Windows 11/10
If you can’t wait to lay your hands on the Windows Feedback app, you can set your computer to receive Insider builds. Doing so will download updates that are yet to be tested by masses, and you may face some bugs. I won’t suggest using Insider Builds on your regular computer but if you wish to go ahead anyway, here is how to turn on Insider Builds in Windows.
Feedback Hub app in Windows 11
Feedback HUB is an application in Windows that allows users to send their experience. You can quickly launch it by pressing the WIN key + F but don’t be surprised, as using a keyboard will ask you to input feedback. Also, attach a screenshot of the screen.
Feedback HUB in Windows 11 offers four broad sections. It includes Feedback, Announcements, Quests, and Achievements. While the last two are made to help users know more features and give points, the former two are helpful.
Feedback Hub app in Windows 10
The Windows 10 Feedback Hub App can be launched in the following two ways:
- Click on Window icon to open the Start Menu
- Click All Apps
- Look for Feedback Hub
- Click on Feedback Hub to launch it
The other method is to type Feedback in the text box on the Windows 10 Taskbar. It will show the Windows Feedback Hub app among other results. Click on it to launch it.
What does the Windows Feedback Hub App do?
As said earlier, you can use the Windows Feedback Hub App to see what are other users requesting as features, complaints by other users on particular problems, and to add and send your feedback, suggestion or complaint to the Windows team. Though you will not receive any answer in person, Windows team might take notice of your suggestion or feedback if it is pretty good. Windows team will also be forced to look at the issue if it gets plenty of upvotes.
Anyway, coming back to how to use the Windows Feedback Hub App, here is how to use it.
Browsing through others’ feedback, suggestions, and complaints
When you open the Feedback Hub App, you will be presented with feedback, suggestions, and complaints by other users. The sorting order, by default, would be based on the trending topics i.e., users browsing for similar topics.
If you are an Insider, on Insider Builds, you may see this app:
You can select categories in the left panel to view feedback and suggestions about that category. For example, if you wish to complain or suggest a feature for Edge, you might want to check if such a complaint or feature request is not already posted to the Windows team. In that case, you have to click on Edge. The right panel will again show a list of suggestions, complaints or feature requests by other users. Browse through them or use the search box to see if a feature request or post similar to what you have in mind is already there. If it is not there, you can go ahead and submit your own suggestion, feedback or feature request. Just click on the Add New Feedback button towards the bottom of right panel in Feedback App. You will get a page with the textbox where you can type whatever you want. You will then have to select the category and subcategory for the text you typed. This will help in narrowing down search results for other users as well as direct your feedback to the right person in the Windows 11/10 development team.
Upvoting on Similar Feedback
In case what you want to say is already present in the Windows Feedback App, you need not create a new suggestion or feedback. You can simply click on the suggestion or feedback to open it and then click on Upvote. Remember that the issues with more upvotes will get more priority so there is no use in creating a separate feedback post that might not receive many upvotes.
You can also quickly give feedback about Windows Start Search to Microsoft via Start.
The above explains how to use Windows 11/10 Feedback app. If you still have any questions, feel free to comment.