Microsoft creates Xbox feedback website to submit new ideas and complaints

Microsoft rolls out Xbox feedback site, a new website where fans can make their voice heard about new features and improvements they want to see on Xbox One.

The idea is pretty simple, until now Microsoft received feedbacks and suggestions for Xbox One in many ways, including community forums, Twitter, Facebook, etc., which made it a bit unconventional to track and prioritize what users really want. But now the company has created a website (xbox.uservoice.com), where users can go and submit their ideas and complaints, and everything is centralized in one single place.

As such if you have an idea or you just want to make your voice heard, login with your Microsoft account to xbox.uservoice.com, do a search for your feedback to see if there is already a thread, if there is one you can simply vote for it,  if not you can create a new entry. As vote goes up, it will signal Microsoft what to pay more attention to, when it becomes relevant, the company hopefully will address the feedback. Basically, it’s a website that will help Microsoft prioritize what users want and make the console better for everyone.

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