Using Narrator should be a way to earn points in Microsoft rewards
Microsoft Rewards is a great way to support Microsoft, then have Microsoft support you. Narrator is growing with every new release of Windows 10, and I feel that blind users of other screen readers should try Narrator more often. A good way to facilitate this is by having Narrator usage drive up points in Microsoft Rewards, and perhaps having accessibility-based rewards, like being the next voice in a Microsoft TTS engine, or choosing the next feature to be worked on for Narrator. This would definitely bring more blind people to using Narrator, and expand Microsoft's reach into accessibility and feedback. Microsoft has made surfing with Edge a way for users to gather points, so too can they allow navigating Windows, each key press with Narrator active going for a percentage of a point, just like every page click with Edge.
Thank you for your feedback. Can you please clarify your comment? The Feedback Hub app has Quests that are designed for people to use an application to accomplish a goal and then share feedback on it. Narrator often has Quests available. Is this something like what you are asking?
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