I'm sure there's a Customer Service Law™ on the subject (the 1:10 rule, or whatever), but sometimes you just have to ignore complaints. Sometimes not. Heh. One of the Steves sent this one to me by way of asking who it would make a difference to complain to:
In the spirit of not complaining without at least trying to offer some alternatives, these might tweak the system to be more effective:
How to Improve MS Connect - It Depends
My first reaction was, "I think Connect needs it’s own section for people to file Connect bugs and vote on features." I like recursion and self-referentialness.
Heh. Whaddya know? It already has one! Who knows if anybody is watching it these days, but… There's only one way to find out, Andy!
Connect @ Connect.Microsoft.com
This site is intended for users of the Microsoft Connect Web site and by extension Microsoft's software to provide feedback on the Connect Web site and its functionality.
By the way, Andy and Steve0001, as far as I can tell, the best you can do right now is to negatively prioritize something is not vote. 😉 RSS feeds are great idea! It's the newest source of spam that I have to learn how to manage/ignore in my inbox.