The Feedback Hub has become the one destination for every suggestion that users want to send to Microsoft, and today it’s getting better for the those opted into the Windows Insider program.
Microsoft is today rolling out a new update for Windows 10’s Feedback Hub with major improvements. With the latest update for Feedback Hub, Microsoft is adding Fluent Design components and as well as fixing some bugs.
Feedback Hub version 1.1805.1731 is available for Windows Insiders, and it introduces a new option that lets you save a incomplete feedback as a draft so that you can edit it later, and after installing the update, you’ll also notice Fluent Design changes.
“PS Windows Insiders, sharp-eyed Feedback Hub users will start seeing fluent design elements making their way into parts of the app too, with more to come,” Microsoft’s engineer, Devin Sinha said in a tweet.
PS #WindowsInsiders, sharp-eyed #FeedbackHub users will start seeing fluent design elements making their way into parts of the app too, with more to come!
— Devin Sinha (@Giffdev) June 26, 2018
It’s likely that more improvements will be implemented in the builds ahead of the public release in the coming days. You can download the new Feedback Hub if you’re enrolled in Fast Ring of Windows Insider program.
Microsoft is betting big on Fluent Design and it could soon change the way Windows looks. Microsoft announced the Fluent Design project last year, and it’s supposed to substantially improve the Windows 10 experience in the coming years. Several elements from Fluent Design are ready for now, and Microsoft is already working on a big update for its new design language system.
There are also several users who find Fluent Design apps pretty good looking. Fluent Design, however, is expected to received a makeover with the release of the Windows 10 Redstone 5 update in the fall of 2018.
Fluent Design is not limited to the universal apps, as Microsoft is also bringing the elements to the context menu and other parts of the OS, such as Microsoft Edge address bar with the Windows 10 Redstone 5 update.
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