Microsoft is expanding its feedback program, putting consumer ideas front and center

creaky

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May 4, 2013
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After Microsoft keynote at E3 yesterday they launched a new site focussed on collecting feedback for the Xbox. They describe it as a site “Xbox fans from around the world can submit their ideas for Xbox - any idea - and have people vote on it”. The idea is simple, users submit ideas and the community vote the idea up or down.

Obviously, those ideas that get voted up will likely receive attention by the Xbox team and could be implemented into a future release of the platform. Logically speaking, software updates are far more likely to be considered than hardware changes as those can be quite expensive to implement.

These types of initiatives are important for Microsoft as it shows that they do listen to the community. If this site wasn’t enough evidence that they genuinely listen to feedback, then today’s E3 keynote should sway your opinion.

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Source: Xbox Feedback
 

kenny

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Sounds like a good idea to me, may get some of the more often requested features quicker.
 
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