Microsoft drops Windows Live Help Community

It looks Microsoft is finally getting their hands on to clean up the mess with Windows Live and Live Search. Another Microsoft service has been droped, this time Windows Live Help Community, which was lauched in December 2006, as channel for users to get help for their Windows Live services. However, throughout the lifetime of the service, only three services […]

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It looks Microsoft is finally getting their hands on to clean up the mess with Windows Live and Live Search. Another Microsoft service has been droped, this time Windows Live Help Community, which was lauched in December 2006, as channel for users to get help for their Windows Live services. However, throughout the lifetime of the service, only three services ever utilized Help Community - that is Windows Live Admin Center (Custom Domains back then), Windows Live Call for Free, and Help Community itself.

As noted back then on LiveSide, there seems to be too many help and feedback channels for Windows Live services, including:

Source:→ LiveSide

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