Google’s Feedback for sending Feedbacks for Google products

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July 9, 2011

Google recently launched Google+ that is garnering much acclaim around the world. Google recently introduced an updated version for a lot of their products; take Google Analytics for instance. Also let us not forget Youtube’s Cosmic Panda interface that Google is currently testing. Google is on the endeavor to make improvements to their products all the time. For this, they have added a Feedback button to most of their products whose latest versions have just been introduced. Have you tried out the Feedback button in Google plus or the Cosmic Panda in Youtube? You’ll be amazed after looking at it.

Google FeedbackGoogle Feedback is indeed a really great tool that Google has integrated across many of its product sites. You can see one in Google Plus by clicking the Send Feedback link. The Google Feedback tool after loading lets you select areas on the page you are currently viewing. You can select multiple areas on the page where you think Google should make improvements. When you are done with that, you can add comments describing the issues. You can have two options while selecting areas on Google Feedback; you can either highlight the areas or black them out to hide any personal information.

Google Send FeedbackYou can finally hit the preview button to preview your feedback. There you can edit your description. When you send feedback additional information like browser information, product information, page information, page structure etc. are also sent along.

Google Feedback is a great tool implemented on Google Products where Google wants to have feedbacks and suggestions from their users.

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  • Something To Think About

    Yeah, and? When I hit preview and looked around what was in the report that I didn’t put there, I was too creeped out to send Google+ any feedback at all. So was one of my friends when he wanted to send feedback about something. 

  • Anonymous

    why so? you mean the browser (version etc.)data and all?

  • Anonymous

    why so? you mean the browser (version etc.)data and all?

  • Matt Bearman

    Hi,

    I’ve actually build a very similar feedback tool, which can be added to any website. Check it out a http://bugmuncher.com

  • anonymous

    Google Search I found that to – a word from your keywords, you must first enter the word. Then back-‘arrow’ to the beginning of the word and add the – minus sign. Otherwise if you do the – minus sign first, the results that were right there in front of you to use as reference automatically refresh and disappear. One step forward and how many steps back?

  • anonymous

    Oh yeah, I’m posting this here because in order to submit feedback to Google you have to sign up for a Google service. But not Google Search or Google Gmail.

  • anonymous

    It just came to me. There is probably psycological information they can gleen about the people from how many typos, backspaces, misspelling, misuses of terminalogy etc. and be able to trace it to a specific internet address. ip address. Marketing, demographics, WOW.