Ask Microsoft anything about Feedback Hub today on Reddit

If you happen to have any burning questions about the Feedback Hub included with Windows 10, now's your chance to have them answered. Microsoft will be holding a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session later today, where software engineer Devin Sinha will be fielding questions.

According to Sinha's Reddit post, the AMA session will kick off at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET (check here for your local time). As is usual for AMA sessions, there are likely to be a wide number of questions covering all aspects of the topic at hand, Feedback Hub.

Sinha didn't state how long he'll be sticking around, so you'll want to try to get your question in early for the best shot at getting it answered. Keep in mind that the AMA will take place in a new post on the Windows 10 Reddit that will be created once the AMA kicks off.

In the meantime, chime in and let us know what you're planning to ask in the comments.

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