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GroverParkGeorge
post Oct 7 2015, 06:34 PM
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October 7, 2015

Microsoft has published a new site for Customer Feedback Microsoft Access Web Apps.

This site, part of their User's Voice initiative, allows the general public to submit comments, requests and feedback which will be provided to the Access Development Team.

Please visit and submit your requests and suggestions for features you'd like to see in the future.

Obviously, this channel is intended for positive suggestions or requests to improve the Access Web App application, but I'm sure they'll listen to well-intentioned constructive criticism as well.

Additional Note:

A second channel is available for client-side Access. Yes, Microsoft is soliciting input on the desk-top Access application.



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mburns_08109
post Oct 16 2015, 06:19 AM
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Please allow me to add a little more information on this http://access.uservoice.com/ web site.

In the site you have TWO OPTIONS for voicing your concerns about MS-Access.
There are separate channels for DESKTOP Access concerns and for Access Web Apps.
In EACH SIDE you get 20 Votes. You can use those votes to express your own ideas on how to improve things - or to lend your support someone else's ideas about the concerns for Access and how it should be improved.

You can also withdraw a vote and redirect it later. so PLEASE DO check this site - and circle back later and check out the other feedback that you may consider worthy of your support.
THE MORE VOTES A REQUEST GETS, the more likely it is to be taken seriously by MS.
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GroverParkGeorge
post Nov 4 2015, 05:05 AM
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It's been confirmed that soliciting feedback on the Access desktop client DOES mean Microsoft is again planning to address possible enhancements to the client. This is a reversal of previously stated intentions to focus all future efforts on the web side.
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