We here at AP chat and wait for news on Android Q. Those of us who would like to install the beta, have our pixels ready and eagerly awaiting a kind of announcement from Google. Meanwhile, it looks like the company is planning to launch a special app to give feedback to those of us who will initiate the jump. Under the name Android Beta Feedback, this will be the preferred way to report bugs, submit feature requests, and other notes to the Android team.
Once you get your pixel in Q-Beta, you'll find an app called Feedback in your drawer. It is only available during the trial period. Once the stable Q version drops, this app will no longer be available. There are three options: Report Issue, Feature Request and Other Feedback. They are pretty self-explanatory, but there is a lot to note.
Android Q Beta will include a new "Android Beta Feedback" app as well as a special QS tile for reporting issues. It seems they are open to important suggestions before Q is finalized or using them as suggestions for the next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
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If you report a problem, it will be visible to everyone else (without attachments). Google asks you to ensure that nothing is found in Pie, so that the development team does not mess up mistakes – there is the AOSP tracker. Otherwise, I assume that you know how to submit feedback. This time it seems Google is open to feature requests and the like during this process and implements them in the final or later version.
Next to the app, you can give feedback via the Android beta tile in your Quick Settings, through the "Send Feedback" option in Preferences, or through the Subreddit feature. Assuming that more devices than just pixels are suitable for the Q-Beta, I assume that this also applies to these phones when they connect.
The feedback app has actually found its way to the first beta of Android Q. It is quite simple with options for reporting problems and requesting features. If you have complaints about the beta version, Google wants to hear it. If the complaint does not refer to the operating system being too white, Google will ignore you.