Last week we informed you that the WHS Connect site was allowing feedback again and to keep your suggestions and ideas coming. WHS product manager Todd Headrick has added that all the existing suggestions have been analyzed and incorporated into a large “wish list” for future versions of Home Server. The Windows Home Server team will be getting together for a 2-day offsite next week to work through these lists feature area by feature area to get a first cut at prioritizing a list of features. Remember that you do not need to re-enter your suggestions on the connect site – however, the team will keep track of the vote counts on the existing ones.
He also added that these lists would then be tested via quantitative customer research of both existing home server users and people that do not yet have a home server, but do have a broadband connection and 2 or more active home computers.
So it looks like we could have the privilege of testing these listed items quite soon.
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