Windows 10's Feedback Hub now lets you customize its notification settings

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Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the Feedback Hub app in Windows 10. The company is adding a couple of new features to the app with the latest update, but they are not huge.

Firstly, the Feedback Hub now shows up as a Share target in Windows 10 which means you will be able to submit a feedback with a screenshot simply by hitting the Share button for that specific screenshot in the Photos app. Moreover, you will also be able to use Windows Ink’s Screen Sketch to sketch on a screenshot and then submit it with a feedback on the Feedback Hub which is pretty neat.

Another neat feature coming to the Feedback Hub is improved notifications. The Feedback Hub will now let you customize the notification settings for announcements and quests. From the app’s notifications section, you will be able to disable notifications for new announcements or quests which is pretty nice as these notifications can get annoying really quickly.

Microsoft has also fixed an issue in the Feedback Hub which caused some scrolling issues for announcements and quests. You can get the latest fixes and improvements for the Feedback Hub (Version 1.1703.971.0) from the Windows Store if you are a Windows Insider in the Fast Ring right now.

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