Microsoft Adds Private Testing for Windows 10 Apps

by Developer.com Staff

The new feature should make it easier to perform beta testing.

Microsoft has added a "private audience" capability to its Windows 10 Dev Center. This will enable developers to test their apps and games privately, allowing only select individuals to see the app or update. "This lets you validate the experience with the audience of your choosing, while keeping the product hidden from everyone else until you are ready to make the it visible to the public," said Microsoft in a blog post.

Developers can also now set a particular time for apps to go live for everyone, but once an app has gone public, it can't go back to being private.

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This article was originally published on Thursday Mar 29th 2018
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