Microsoft launches its first global survey of Windows Insiders to help plan for 2016

People who are enrolled in Microsoft's Windows Insider program are being asked to fill out an optional survey to send feedback to the Windows 10. The survey will help the development team learn what users want to see in future updates as it prepares for its 2016 plans.

Windows Insider survey

In a message posted on the Insider Hub app, Microsoft's Gabriel Aul wrote:

"We have lots of exciting plans for the Windows Insider Program in 2016 that we will share as we complete the work in future builds. From time to time a larger form survey helps us take all the feedback we have received and better prioritize this feedback against our plans with the opinions of all Windows Insiders around the world. We will also use this survey and future surveys, in this long form or in the product, to gauge how well we are doing with the Windows Insider Program.""If there is something you have been meaning to tell us or ask for now is your time. It's through feedback, including this survey, that allows us to use the voice of the Windows Insiders to make a better Windows and makes the Windows and Device Group a better team."

The survey is designed so that it takes between 10 and 15 minutes to complete and is available in 20 languages. The deadline for completing the survey is December 22 and Windows Insider members who fill it out will also be entered into a contest to win a Surface Book notebook.

John Callaham