Microsoft now lets you submit bug reports for Microsoft Edge via Twitter

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Microsoft’s Edge browser is more than a year old, and just like most of the other browsers out there, it has quite a lot of bugs. Microsoft is, of course, addressing these issues with Windows 10 updates and the company already makes it pretty easy for users to submit feedback and bug reports. For example, you can use the company’s official UserVoice to submit feature requests and the Platform Issues website to submit bug reports. And if you aren’t a fan of any of these methods, you can simply just use the Feedback Hub app in Windows 10. Now, Microsoft is allowing users to submit bug reports for Microsoft Edge via Twitter. The company is introducing a new hashtag called “#EdgeBug” which users can use to report the bugs. As you can see in the screenshot below, you’ll need to include a descriptive title for the bug report, as well as a demo where Microsoft Edge engineers can easily reproduce the same issue:

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If you notice any bug on Edge, make sure to use the #EdgeBug hashtag to report the issues and help Microsoft make Edge better.

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