First Ever Live Office Bug Bash To Be Held On July 15, Report Bugs And Win Cool Prizes From Office Team

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Microsoft Office team yesterday announced that first ever live Office Bug Bash. It will be happening on July 15 from 10am – 1pm PDT. You can win Power chargers, USB slap bands, pre-paid run-me tags, universal USB adaptors, t-shirts, hats, stylus pens, Office O365 Pro Plus subscriptions with 25 seats, and lots more by reporting bugs.

How to get started?

  1. Join the public O365 Network
  2. Go to https://www.yammer.com/itpronetwork#/Threads/index?type=algo and join the O365 Network
  3. After Tuesday, July 14 search for the “Office 16 Bug Bash – July 15” Group. (NOTE: this group will not be public until after this date and requests will not be approved)
  4. Join the group
  5. Beginning on July 15 @ 10am PDT, post your issue using one of the appropriate hashtags (aka Topics) below:
  • Outlook
  • Excel
  • Word
  • PowerPoint
  • OneNote
  • Access
  • Visio
  • Project
  • Publisher
  • Setup
  • Localization
  • Install
  • General
  • Activation

FAQ:

Q: Who can join this Bug Bash?

A: Anyone with a valid Office 365 subscription that is running the Office 16 Preview bits. Click here to install the preview.

Q: Is this event under NDA or other disclosure restrictions?

A: No.

Q: Can I submit Android, Universal, Mac, or phone issues during this event?

A: No, this event is focused strictly on the desktop bits.

Q: How do I win some of the cool prizes?

A: Find and report a great bug during the bash. Prizes will be awarded based on severity and impact of the issues as determined by Microsoft staff. Prizes will only be awarded during the hours of the event.

Q: What are some of the cool prizes I can win?

A: Power chargers, USB slap bands, pre-paid run-me tags, universal USB adaptors, t-shirts, hats, stylus pens, Office O365 Pro Plus subscriptions with 25 seats, and lots more great stuff!

via: Myce

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