The Xbox Insider Hub acts much just like the Feedback Hub, except it is only on Microsoft's Xbox One console currently. The app allows those on the Xbox Insider Program to provide feedback, report bugs and also, take part in activities such as polls, surveys and more.
Microsoft now seems to bring the Xbox Insider Hub to Windows 10 PCs via the Store (via Windows Central), which would make reporting bugs much faster by using a PC or desktop keyboard and also being able to easily complete polls and surveys. More importantly, the Windows 10 Creators Update is finally here for those not in the Windows Insider program, as it has been rolling out to PCs this week worldwide. Though not everyone will get it right away, it is rolling out and most people should have it over the coming weeks.
In a recent report, according to Windows Central's Jez Corden, the Xbox Insider Hub app is now currently available for download. More so, the Xbox Insider Hub enables those passionate about Xbox and participating in the Xbox Insider Program to leave crucial feedback that could shape the experience.
Furthermore, while you could previously just connect a keyboard straight to the Xbox, this new app will provide another way to get feedback to the Xbox team. Again, the app is not live officially yet, however, you can still download it from the Windows Store. If users want to download the app and wait for it to be updated, you can grab it via this link. If users not part of the Xbox Insider Program, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide on what it is and how it should work.