Threats Manager Studio runs on your feedbacks.

Therefore, it provides you with multiple ways to share your experience with us. This article explains what you can do.

The first way is to use the Contacts page in the Threats Manager Studio site. This will show a form where you will be able to provide your thoughts.

Another way is to use the Feedback button that you can find in the caption bar: it is the little head with a balloon, placed in the middle of the group of buttons at the right of the Threats Manager Studio Caption bar.

The Feedback button in the Caption Bar.

When you click this button, you will be shown the Please share your feedback dialog.

The Please share your feedback dialog.

Please click the Send a Smile or Send a Frown buttons, fill all the fields and then click the OK button.

Whatever the means you will use to send your thoughts, rest assured that your privacy will be safeguarded. The Privacy Policy page states it all: essentially, the information you will provide will be used only to answer your ask and then removed. Moreover, you will never ever be contacted for other purposes than asking for clarifications or answering your ask, and nobody will receive your email or data, besides possibly the organizations providing the services necessary to run the experience: namely WordPress and Exceptionless.

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