Here, in AP, we are trying to wait for Android Q news. Those of us who are planning to install the beta are ready for our pixels, eagerly awaiting some information from Google. Meanwhile, it looks like the company is planning to introduce a dedicated application to send feedback to those of us who will take a step. Appropriately called beta feedback for Android, this will be the preferred tool for reporting bugs, sending feature requests, and other notes for the Android team.
Once you get your Q beta pixels, you'll find an app in your drawer called Feedback. It will only be available throughout the test period, so once the stable Q version drops, this app will disappear. You will have three options: Report Issue, Function Request, and Other Reviews. They are quite obvious, but there are some bits that need to be noted.
Android Q Beta will include a new Android Beta Feedback app, as well as a specific troubleshooter. It seems that they are open to basic proposals before Q is finalized or used as suggestions for their next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
̵1; To Kottmann (@deletescape) March 12, 2019
When reporting a problem, it will be visible to everyone else (minus all attachments). Google asks you to make sure it's not something found in Pie so the developer team is not mistaken – that's why the AOSP tracker is designed. Otherwise, I suppose you know how to send feedback. This time, it looks like Google will be open for feature requests and the like during this process by applying them in the final release or at a later stage.
In addition to the app, you can send feedback via Android Beta to your quick settings, the Send Feedback option in Settings or in the sub-tab. Since we expect more devices than just Pixels to qualify for Q beta, I suppose this will also apply to these phones when they join.