Edge Insider. Who gets to see the images added by the Feedback App? Solved


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    Edge Insider. Who gets to see the images added by the Feedback App?


    The feedback app for Edge has the option to include a screen grab (but no option for any normal user files to be added) and this means that sensitive info could be on view to anyone viewing the reports.

    I think that's a serious ommision really. Normally I would airbrush out such details from an image and then attach that edited version. You might for example be wanting to report the way a financial site renders for example, and its a no go to send an image containing personal info.

    What do you think?

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    Those screenshots are only shown to Microsoft employees in Windows, Edge and Insider teams, no one else reading your feedback can see them.

    No worries, no problems, no need for a tinfoil hat.

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    Thanks Kari. I'm just being cautious.
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    Anyway, after your post yesterday, I tweeted about it to Edge's developer team, and they gave nice reply:



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    Thats great Kari, thanks
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