Microsoft Wants Your Feedback On The Windows 10 Mail & Calendar App

Microsoft is keeping an eye on user feedback since Windows 10 OS was launched back in 2015. The Big M is constantly implementing changes based on the feedback. Well, the company has been pretty much successful in its efforts so far.

Now it seems like Microsoft wants your suggestions to improve the Mail & Calendar app in Windows 10. The tech giant recently asked Windows 10 users to provide their feedback on how Microsoft can enhance the existing features in the app. Additionally, you can also submit requests for new features in Windows 10 Mail & Calendar app.

Submit Your Requests Right Now

As a matter of fact, many of you may be frustrated with an annoying issue or want a new feature. If so, you can use UserVoice page to submit your requests right now.

“We have partnered with UserVoice, a third-party service, to collect feedback from you and other users. Your use of the portal and your submission is subject to the UserVoice Terms of Service & Privacy Policy, including the license terms. Please do not send any novel or patentable ideas, copyrighted materials, samples or demos for which you do not want to grant a license to Microsoft.”

As usual, Microsoft will first complete the idea-collection process which would probably result in thousands of requests. The company will shortlist the best amongst all through the voting phase. Microsoft’s development team will finally implement the changes suggested by the Windows 10 users.

However, it seems like you may need to wait for the next few months to see the revamped app in a Windows 10 Insider Preview Build. If you want some changes in the Windows Mail & Calendar app, go ahead and submit your feedback here.

Do you have any new features in your mind? Share your ideas in the comments section below right after submitting your feedback.

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Alex Schoff


Alex is a technology reporter with a particular interest in Microsoft and Windows. He keeps a close eye on major developments related to Windows 10, Google Chrome, Office 365, and more.
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