A Microsoft Rewards extension for the company's Edge browser is now available in preview form. With the extension, you can not only easily check to see if you're currently earning points while browsing, but you an also quickly take a look at current offers, quizzes and more.
Here's a quick look at the features of the Microsoft Rewards extension:
- Clearly see when you are actively browsing - So you know when you're earning points.
- Easy access - Quickly access daily offers and quizzes to earn additional points.
- See your rewards status - including points balance, daily points earned, and progress towards a redemption goal.
Keep in mind that the extension is in preview, which means that there are bound to be some bugs involved. Also be aware that you must be signed into your Windows 10 machine with your Microsoft Rewards account for the extension to work properly. That said, you can check out the Microsoft Rewards extension on the Windows Store now. Also be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!
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