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Mozilla-Firefox should not rush promote Beta/buggy features such a Hello without clearly telling it is in Beta and not for common non-technical user.

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I received an email about Firefox Hello and forwarded to friends and relatives to use it to call me without understanding Hello has several unresolved issues and is a Beta version. Such a promotion without qualifying it is a Beta version and may have unresolved issues should be clearly stated. Otherwise this will tarnish the reputation and perception of quality about Mozilla and Firefox.

I received an email about Firefox Hello and forwarded to friends and relatives to use it to call me without understanding Hello has several unresolved issues and is a Beta version. Such a promotion without qualifying it is a Beta version and may have unresolved issues should be clearly stated. Otherwise this will tarnish the reputation and perception of quality about Mozilla and Firefox.

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Right in the hello dialog is a big "Beta" tag. Not sure how much more obvious we need to be ;)

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Yes. I noticed Beta tag on Hello dialog.

However there was no mention of it in the email titled Firefox + YOU February 2015. Anybody who reads the email will think it is a proven, good product ready to use by the common public.

Also, I am not sure how many non-technical people will know about the "Beta" tag.

I taking time to post this comment may be just an indication that something more need to be done as it was not obvious.