We are here at AP at a contest at the time waiting for news on Android Q. Our Pixels are ready by those of us who intend to install the beta, expecting some announcement from Google. In the meantime, the company looks set to introduce a dedicated app to provide feedback to those dealing with it. Android Beta feedback is duly named, this is the best way to report bugs, submit applications, and other notes for the Android team.
When you get your Pixel on the Q beta, you get an application in your tractor called Feedback. It will only be available during the test period, and when the stable release releases Q, this application will go off. You will also have three options: Report on Issue, Feature Application, and Other Feedback. They are pretty much explanatory, but there are some bits to note.
Android Q Beta will include a new app "Android Beta Feedback", together with a separate QS Tile for reporting issues. They appear open to major recommendations before Q is finalized, or use them as recommendations for their next cycle. pic.twitter.com/xmeS5JpGfW
̵1; Till Kottmann (@deletescape) March 12, 2019
When you report a question, it will be visible to everyone else (minus any attachment). Google asks you to make sure that it doesn't get something in Pie so that the development team doesn't get mixed bugs – that's what the AOSP tracker is there for. Otherwise, I accept that you know how to submit feedback. This time around, Google seems to be open to applications and to do so during this process, applying them in the final release or in one later.
Apart from the app, you can submit feedback via Android Beta for Quick Settings, the option of "Send feedback" in Settings, or add-on. As we expect more devices than one Pixel to be eligible for the Q beta, I assume that this will also apply to these phones when they come together.