Feedback from users can help you build a better and more robust product. Microsoft believes this hence, allows users who own a valid Windows 10 license to sign up for early builds of the operating system via Windows Insider Program. This helps them build a better Windows OS. To expand their reach furthermore, Microsoft has launched Windows Insider community blog to incorporate more suggestions and get more insights for Windows 10 development.
New Windows Insider Blog
Millions of people have already become a part of the Windows Insider Program. In 2017, the trend will continue to escalate with more focus on upcoming builds and engineering updates via new insider blog.
The new blog will focus more on the community and projects aspect.
We also heard your feedback about wanting to find and connect with each other more. We confess to not having been *completely* offline the past two weeks (we really, really love our jobs!) and instead we’ve been experimenting with ways for you all to communicate and collaborate. The first is: this community blog! It’s a way for us to talk to you, for you to talk to each his other and for us to talk to the outside world about our various projects, passions, and challenges, mentions insider blog post.
When you first visit the new blog, you will find a handful of stories put up by some Insiders. Others interested in contributing their stories on the blog can email Microsoft via NinjaCatTeam@outlook.com.
The blog seeks support from its community of people to help them create lasting impact in the world. The team that has been dedicated to handling Insiders’ task has already started experimenting and finding new ways to communicate and collaborate with insiders.
For more information, see insidersblog.azurewebsites.net.