Here at AP chomping on the piece waiting for news on Android Q. Those of us planning to install beta have our Pixels ready, eagerly anticipating some form of Google announcement. Meanwhile, it looks like the company is planning to present a dedicated app to provide feedback for those of us who will take the step. With the appropriate designation as Android Beta Feedback, it will be the preferred way you can report errors, submit feature requests and other notes to the Android team.
Once you've got your Pixel on Q-beta you will find an app in your box called feedback. It will only be available throughout the test period, so when the stable Q release drops, this app will go away. In this you have three options: Report problem, function request and other feedback. They are quite self-explanatory, but there are some things to note.
Android Q Beta will include a new app "Android Beta Feedback", as well as a specific QS tile for reporting problems. It seems that they are open to big proposals before Q will be completed, or use them as proposals for the next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
̵1; To Kottmann (@deletescape) March 12, 2019
When you report a problem, it will be visible to all others (minus attachments). Google asks you to make sure that there is nothing in Pie so that the development team doesn't get bugs together – that's what the AOSP tracker is for. Otherwise, I guess you know how to submit feedback. This time, it seems that Google will be open to putting in requests and the like during this process, implementing them in final release or later.
In addition to the app, you can send feedback via the Android Beta plate in your quick settings, the "Send feedback" option in Preferences or on subreddit. Since we expect more units than just Pixels to qualify for the Q-pay, I assume that this will apply to these phones when they join.