Google is currently asking for feedback on Android 13 Beta 3 in a survey that is a little different from previous iterations in that it focuses on the search experience after the main release and two fixes.

To begin with, the survey is hosted on Qualtrics instead of Google Forms requests demographic data (age and occupation). It began today and closes at 5:00 p.m. PT on June 28.

It shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to complete this survey. Please keep in mind that all of the survey’s questions and material are private and shouldn’t be disclosed to anybody.

The OEMs identified in this poll for Android 13 Beta 3 go beyond Pixel and include those that have not yet publicized their preview programs.
OnePlus, Google Pixel, Samsung, Microsoft, Realme, Momo, Oppo, Motorola, Sony, and Nokia

Google asks which search box you’ve used the most frequently since using your device with Android 13 before asking you to specify the current build of your device: Search box in the All Apps Drawer or the search widget on the home screen. You have the choice of both. If your usage has changed since Android 12 compared to Android 13, Google wants to know. Listed abilities include of:

Apps not yet installed (i.e. Google Play store apps) (i.e. Google Play store apps) App Settings (installed on your phone) Google Assistant Pixel Contacts Suggestions Material found in apps swift actions for apps (i.e. shortcuts) Web pages (e.g. websites, Google search results page) Screenshots Google allows you to compare the two search fields after asking you how simple or difficult it was to find what you were looking for in the search box, with the option to elaborate further through your responses.

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