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Google seeks feedback from Pixel 2 XL owners, asks users to take survey found in settings

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Google wants to make sure that Pixel users are having the best experience possible and are truly enjoying their new phone. To do this, some Pixel 2 XL owners are being asked to take a minute of their time to complete a survey. While looking at the settings page, a notification pops up at the bottom of the screen that says, “Help Improve Pixel: 1 minute survey. You can decide whether to opt-in or opt-out.

Should you decide to take the survey, you are asked questions about your level of satisfaction with the phone, how long you’ve owned it, and the name of the company that made the previous smartphone you owned.

So far, this survey has been spotted on the Pixel 2 XL only. Some owners of the device feel that this is an intrusion by Google, while others say that they don’t mind taking the survey since it is an indication of Google’s desire to improve the Pixel line. What do you think? You can let us know by dropping your comments into the box below.

source: AndroidCentral

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