Microsoft launches new Insider Program to gather feedback on Bing

Microsoft loves Bing. Microsoft also wants you to love Bing and has launched a new Insider Program to gather feedback on the company's search engine. Should you be interested in signing up to the program to unlock early access to features before they're live to the public, you'll want to sign your name on the dotted line.

From the survey splash page:

"Thank you for your interest in the Bing Insiders Program! Bing Insiders are a passionate community of Bing users who want to be in the know, who will get early access to the newest features, and whose feedback can help us make Bing awesome. Interested in joining? Just complete this short (3 question) survey. We'll contact you if you qualify."

As well as this new Insider Program, Microsoft also manages the Bing Listens UserVoice site for users of the search engine to submit ideas and suggestions and vote accordingly. To sign up to the Bing Insider Program, simply hit the link below and complete the short survey.

Sign up to the Bing Insider Program

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