The Microsoft Edge team is hosting an AMA on Reddit today

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What you need to know

  • The Microsoft Edge team is holding an AMA on Reddit today.
  • The AMA runs from 11 am-1 pm ET.

The Microsoft Edge team frequently engages with fans and users to receive feedback and share information. Part of those efforts are "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) sessions on Reddit. The Microsoft Edge team has held several AMAs on Reddit before, and another one is scheduled for today. From 11 am-1 pm ET, you can ask the Microsoft Edge team questions about the popular browser.

The Microsoft Edge team announced the AMA on Reddit, stating,

Hey, community! The team is joining me for another Reddit AMA right here in this subreddit. We'll be answering your questions on Wednesday, December 9th, from 8am-10am Pacific.Keep an eye out for our post to get your questions soon. The team is excited to chat with you all again! :D

2020 has been a big year for Microsoft Edge. The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge rolled out this year, including a version on macOS. The Android version of Edge grew on single screen devices and was optimized for the Surface Duo as well this year.

Several new features rolled out to Microsoft Edge recently, and some intriguing features are in the works. The AMA with the Microsoft Edge team provides a unique opportunity to ask about anything from vertical tabs to optimizing progressive web apps for Microsoft Edge.

The AMA is already up on the Microsoft Edge subreddit, though the Edge team won't answer questions until it starts at 11 am ET. You can post your question now and wait to see if it's answered later today. There are over 80 comments at the time of publication, so get your questions in now.

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