Microsoft launches Windows Scoop Fans Program in India
It has been almost two years since the Windows Insider Program has been helping connect various Windows enthusiasts from all across the world. Now, Microsoft has taken it to the next level by launching a brand new program “Windows Scoop Fans” for the most enthusiastic Windows fans in India. An email has being circulated from the Windows Insider Team to the registered Insiders in India detailing about the program.
According to the email, selected Windows fans will be getting access to a private Facebook page loaded with exclusive updates on Windows, including news on the latest apps and devices, valuable tips and tricks and invitations to Windows fan events.
Windows Scoop Fans
“Windows Scoop Fans” was designed for our most enthusiastic Windows fans and complements the Windows Insider Programme. Those selected to join will get access to a private Facebook page loaded with exclusive updates on Windows, including news on the latest apps and devices. Member will also get valuable tips and tricks, invitations to Windows fan events and more.
If you’re interested in joining this exclusive program, you need to send an email to “scoopfan at microsoft dot com” from the same email address you use for signing into your Facebook account.
In the email, you have to answer one simple question — ‘Why I’m the biggest fan of Windows’. You can write about any favorite feature in Windows 10, talk about any Windows app that you have created or how you are living on the “Do more” motto of Windows 10. You can also add any photos or videos that can help you pique the interest of selectors.
Do take a note that the last date for submissions is 5th January 2017, so make sure to respond before that. Post the deadline, the Insider team will review the applications and reach out to the selected participants by 15 January 2017.
So if you’re a Microsoft fan, living in India and want to apply for this new program, now is the time to act.
Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. He enjoys following and reporting Microsoft news and developments in the world of Personal Computing & Social Media.