Google News Gets Feedback Tool

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Google News has added a new feedback link so that users can send feedback about the service, report problems, etc.

It appears at the bottom of the page, as pictured:

Google News Feedback

The Google Feedback gadget appears when you click the link. “The feedback gadget will also help you send us a screenshot if you want to draw our attention to a specific aspect of the site,” says Google News strategist Mariko Suzuki. “Use the tool to highlight an area relevant to your feedback and black out any personal information before submitting the screenshot to us.”

Google News Feedback

Suzuki notes that Google may not be able to reply to your comments individually, but that the feedback will help Google “create a better Google News experience”.

The feedback will launch globally, but it will be available first in the U.S.

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