We're here in the AP, swallowing up waiting for news on Android Q. Those of us who plan to install the beta are ready for our pixels, looking forward to some kind of announcement by Google. Meanwhile, it seems that the company plans to introduce a special program for making feedback to those of us who will take a step. This is a well-known Android beta release, which will be the best way for you to report bugs, send function requests, and other notes to the Android team.
After receiving pixels in Q beta you will find the program in your box called Backward. It will be available only during the testing period, so once the stable release Q is reduced, this application will go. There you will find three options: release reports, function request, and other reviews.
The Android Q Beta will include the new Android Beta Release Program, as well as a certain QS tile for reports. It looks like they are open to basic suggestions before Q is completed, or to use them as suggestions for the next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
̵1; Till Kottmann (@deletescape) March 12, 2019
When you report a problem, it will be visible to everyone else (without any attachments). Google asks you to make sure it is not what was found in Pie, so the developer team did not mess up the mistakes – it's the AOSP tracker for that. Otherwise, I assume that you know how to submit feedback. At this time, it seems Google will be open to queuing functions and the like during this process, introducing them into the final release or later.
In addition to the program, you can send feedback using the Android Beta tile in quick settings, the "Send feedback" option in the Settings menu or the pre-registration. As we expect more devices than just pixels to be eligible for the beta Q, I assume that it will be applied to these phones when they also join.