The Windows 10 Feedback Hub has a number of issues, such as for example not supporting copying and pasting announcements made there by Microsoft and posts by other users.
One of the most annoying day-to-day however is the proprietary format Microsoft uses to link content there, with social media not recognizing the feedback-hub: and insiderhub:// links used by the app, meaning those you share it with will have to copy and paste them.
Developer Bavo Luysterborg has created a website called Feedbackhub.link which turns those pesky links into pure http, making it much easier to share with your friends and colleagues.
He gives the following example:
- The build 14383 announcement (insiderhub://announcements/a4165cf3-3e05-4b2e-ac5d-633350100116?Source=ShareLink) becomes https://feedbackhub.link/announcements/a4165cf3-3e05-4b2e-ac5d-633350100116/
- The ‘Find my phone’ quest (insiderhub://quest/57073bc0-e63f-4d04-992e-09b709187966?Source=ShareLink) becomes https://feedbackhub.link/quest/57073bc0-e63f-4d04-992e-09b709187966/
- and a piece of feedback (feedback-hub:?contextid=274&feedbackid=0f028790-8be7-4f55-b525-af621c08a634&form=1&src=2) becomes https://feedbackhub.link/feedback/274/0f028790-8be7-4f55-b525-af621c08a634/
I think the next step should be a universal windows app which would remove the need to manually copy and paste the feedback-hub: link to the service.
In the mean time make the lives of your friends and colleagues somewhat easier by processing your links at Feedbackhub.link here.