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docs.microsoft.com feedback logo

Welcome to the docs.microsoft.com feedback repository! This is the place to provide any comments, suggestions or ideas on docs.microsoft.com site functionality.

For content or product suggestions, please use the appropriate channels, usually available in the footer of the article you were reading.

Submitting Ideas

Simply navigate to Issues and open a new issue with all the relevant details. We will triage those as soon as possible.

Adding a GitHub issue

Code of Conduct

We follow the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. We reserve the right to close, modify or remove ideas presented in this repository that are deemed to be in violation of the code of conduct.

Questions

If you want to know something about docs.microsoft.com, you can open an issue with [Question] at the start of the title to mark something as a question and not a suggestion to change/add functionality. Or you can reach out to us on Twitter.

FAQ

I've already submitted my idea on UserVoice before. Is it gone?

If your idea was not marked as Completed or Declined on the docs.microsoft.com UserVoice site, it is migrated over to the GitHub issue tracker in this repo. You can comment on the suggestion and we will properly attribute it to you with a link to your GitHub profile.

How quickly will you implement my suggestion?

Timeframes vary and we are unable to directly commit to any specific deadline after submission. That said, we will update the idea with the appropriate status once we have more details.

Previously I could upvote ideas. How do I show support now?

You can take advantage of GitHub reactions. Simply open the issue, and add a reaction.

GitHub reactions inside an issue

The added benefit to this is we also see how many people don't like a feature, compared to those that want it implemented - this allows us to design better functionality.