Visual Studio has a direct feedback option. You can use it to let the team know what you like and what is not working. This helps Microsoft understand what is working and what it needs to work on. You can report slow performance, an IDE crash, or an IDE hang. You can also tell Microsoft what you do like.
You can start a feedback session from the Help, Feedback menu option. However, Microsoft wanted to improve discoverability of this tool, so it added it directly to the top of the IDE. You access it from the smiley face on the top of the IDE. Figure 2.40 shows this menu in action. Notice that you can send a smile (good feedback) or a frown (bad feedback).