Microsoft is serious about making its latest browser, Microsoft Edge, the best in the market. The company is now inviting the developers to report the bugs of Microsoft Edge on Twitter with the hashtag #Edgebug. In this post, we are going to tell you on how to report the bug of Microsoft Edge in Twitter?
How to report the bug of Microsoft Edge in Twitter?
According to a post in Microsoft’s blog, the developers can file a bug in twitter by following the steps below:
- Use the hashtag #EdgeBug so our tool catches your bug and we can follow up with a link to the bug.
- Include a link to a reduced test case of the bug on codepen.io, jsfiddle.net, jsbin.com, or dabblet.com – this makes sure the bug is actionable on our end.
- Use the text remaining to make a title for your bug. Make sure it’s succinct and descriptive!
After the bug is sent via tweet, you will get a reply from @MSEdgeDev with a link of your bug report.
Almost every software application installed in a system has bugs. Even a system is incomplete without bugs. But the most important thing is how these bugs are handled and corrected. Microsoft’s idea to invite users and developers to report the bug via twitter will definitely stabilize the browser even better than it is at present.