In an official blog post published today, Microsoft announced that they would renew the Xbox Insider Hub with a new application and a new approach to how the company would collect comments from its participants.
While the exact details of the new Hub experience were scarce, the blog post mentions that it will use a new user interface that will facilitate and expedite the access of Xbox Insiders users to new information and updates.
“One of the most frequent pieces The comments we hear about the application itself is that the new content and updates are hidden behind too many clicks, so we are creating this new Xbox Insider Hub in order to take it to the content that interests you faster, "he says." This is an Xbox Insider Hub that has already helped us design through your comments. We want to continue that comment cycle and invite you to fly when we have a compilation ready in the coming months. "
In addition to an optimized user interface, the new Xbox Insider Hub will combine its Quick Survey, Ranking, and Survey data collection features so that Insiders only face the Survey option. The reasoning for this seems to be a desire to simplify the feedback process.
“It will take some time to incorporate Surveys in the way we use the Qualifications ations and Quick Surveys in the past, which in transparency means a temporary period where those quick 5 XP prizes will not be available, "explains the publication. "Once we have done this transition work, you will begin to see the new surveys used in much the same way as qualifications and quick surveys, although their location will be slightly different."
Xbox Insiders users own Xbox One consoles. They have chosen to test the upcoming updates and features of the Xbox One operating system before they are released to the general public. The goal of the program is to better collect user feedback, but also help them feel more committed to the development process and the evolution of the Xbox brand.
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