Product Feedback Center Now Part of Microsoft Connect

As noted by Marie Hagman on the Product Feedback Center blog back in November, we have been working on improving the Product Feedback Center.

Microsoft Connect ( is building the next version of the Product Feedback Center and integrating it with other tools to provide a better, more consistent and more unified feedback experience.

From: Future of the Product Feedback Center

The Product Feedback Center is now part of Microsoft Connect. The Connect Introduction will give you an overview of what this new site can do for you. Like any move, we still have boxes to unpack. The Visual Studio and .NET Framework data will be available soon.


Comments (7)

  1. Peter Ritchie says:

    Rob, do you know if there’s a way to lookup items that were logged in the Product Feedback Center on Connect, based on the old FDBK code?

  2. RobCaron says:

    Have you tried the Advanced Search?

    I’m not 100% sure what you mean by "old FDBK code".

  3. Peter Ritchie says:

    Thanks for the response Rob.  Advanced search doesn’t do the trick.

    By old FDBK code I mean: there’s thousands of links to the product feedback center that lookup issues by feedbackid, like at that links to an issue with id FDBK46543 at URL  Is there a way to lookup issues based on that old id, or are those old links guarenteed to always redirect?

  4. RobCaron says:

    I’m not sure if those links are immutable, but there is a page you can go to for searching by the old ID:

    This works with the FDBK id, or the Guid.

  5. Rob Caron says:

    When we moved the MSDN Product Feedback Center to Microsoft Connect (Product Feedback Center Now Part…

  6. Peter Ritchie says:

    Thanks, that will help me update the links I have access to from the Product Feedback Center to Microsoft Connect.

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