This Page Can Show You All of Your Ignored Reports to Google

Google has always been very open to feedback from the various users that utilize the range of services that it ends up providing, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that the tech giant needs to be open to such suggestions so that the people that actually use the services it provides can get a better experience. This is necessary due to the reason that it allows Google to maintain its reputation somewhat and preserve the level of quality that users have come to rely on when it comes to these kinds of things all in all.

However, have you ever wondered what happens to your feedback once you submit it to Google? A lot of people actually submit feedback regularly in the hopes that it would help make Google far better than it might have been otherwise, but with all of that having been said and out of the way it is important to note that you don’t have to be in the dark about whether or not the tech giant is doing anything about the feedback that you have submitted to it.

By visiting google.com/tools/feedback/reports you can see a list of all of the reports that you have submitted over the years as well as see the status of each report. You would be surprised to notice that a lot of your feedback hasn’t even been read by Google employees, and very little of it would actually have been taken into account and acted on. At least we can appreciate Google here for being more transparent.

This does reveal that Google might not be taking user feedback as seriously as they might want people to end up thinking, but at the same time the sheer volume of feedback that the company gets must be difficult to sift through and much of the feedback is probably not actionable in the first place so this might not be as bad as people would think. Our tip to those who really want Google to listen to them is to also share those feedback on relevant Google product support forums, as chances are someone may respond to your Community help question if you are lucky enough.



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