Microsoft Edge developers to cherry-pick feedback topics that they've received from Edge Insiders, and they'd share with you too

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In an effort to engage more with Edge Insiders, Microsoft today has announced that it will make a list of the most important feedback that they receive from users who are testing the browser and share it with the public.

The goal here is to make users aware of the features that Microsoft is going to work on in the future or what to expect in the future releases of the new Chromium-based Edge. Beyond that, you’ll also be able to track which features or improvements are going to be launched in which month.

However, plans can change down the road as Microsoft said that they can prioritize some feature over another if need be, meaning that the order of priority may change in future. The best part is Microsoft won’t leave you in the dark about such events as the company has promised that it will let the users know in case they change the “timing or direction shift” on any of the upcoming features.

Microsoft has already prepared a list of important features or improvements, which is based on the feedback they’ve received from Edge Insiders, the company has added to the browser. There is also another list which contains features and improvements that are going to be released in the future. You can check all those listed items here in this official Microsoft website.

More about the topics: Edge Insiders, Feedback, Improvements, Microsoft Edge, new features