Google Wants Your Help To Make Android Q Better, New Feedback App to be Bundled With Upcoming Beta

We here at TB are chomping at the bit waiting for news on Android Q. Those of us who plan to install the beta have our Pixels ready, eagerly anticipating some kind of announcement from Google. Meanwhile, it looks like the company is planning to introduce a dedicated app to submit feedback for those of us who will take the plunge. Appropriately named Android Beta Feedback, this will be the preferred means by which you can report bugs, submit feature requests, and other notes for the Android team.

Google Wants Your Help To Make Android Q Better
Google Wants Your Help To Make Android Q Better

Once you get your Pixel on the Q beta, you’ll find an app in your drawer called Feedback. It will only be available throughout the testing period, so once the stable Q release drops, this app will go away. In it, you will have three options: Report Issue, Feature Request, and Other Feedback. They’re pretty self-explanatory, but there are some bits to note.

When you report an issue, it will be visible to everyone else (minus any attachments). Google asks that you ensure it’s not something found in Pie so that the development team doesn’t get bugs mixed up — that’s what the AOSP tracker is for. Otherwise, I assume that you know how to submit feedback. This time around, it seems that Google will be open to feature requests and the like during this process, implementing them in the final release or in a later one.

Besides the app, you can submit feedback via the Android Beta tile in your Quick Settings, the “Send feedback” option in Settings, or on the subreddit. Since we’re expecting more devices than just Pixels to be eligible for the Q beta, I assume that this will apply to those phones when they join up, too.

Source: Google

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