Microsoft is preparing to bring a new user interface to the Feedback Hub on Windows 10. The update is already available for testing on the Windows Insider Program users. Insiders on the Fast Ring and Skip Ahead branches can now see the new UI.
Yes, this is a Windows 10 20H1 release so will come to end users during the first half of next year. The Insider build in question for the Feedback Hub is version 1.1907.2102.0. As well as the new Feedback Hub UI, Microsoft has made some changes to Diagnostics.
Looking at the redesign, Microsoft says the Hub UI has received a total overhaul. A focus has been placed on the UI presenting more feedback on a single page.
According to images obtained by WindowsBlogItalia, the UI shows a more elegant design that still shows all relevant information.
“Redesign of the feedback interface – The graphical interface of the feedback section has been completely revised.
- Main Feedback Page – The interface of the main Feedback page has been revised: more feedback is now displayed on one page.
Feedback page – The UI has also been updated for the display page of a feedback element: the different options are displayed in a more elegant style and even here it is possible to recognize problems and suggestions immediately.
Objectives – The Objectives page now has a dedicated tab in the burger menu. The interface has also been revised, which can now group together the Achievements for its own profile.
New entries in the App Settings – New entries have been added to the Feedback Hub settings.
- Diagnostics – Now it is also possible to save a local copy of the diagnostics created when the feedback is received, with a quick link to the diagnostic log.
- Device Information – The Profile page has been deleted, the device information items have been moved to the Feedback Hub App Settings, along with the Preview Version Status item.”
Windows Insiders on the Fast and Skip Ahead rings can update to the new Feedback Hub solutions now. The download is available from here.