Google has introduced a new and improved Search Quality User Report form to collect user feedback on search quality issues. The form allows users to report spam, paid links, malicious behavior, low quality, and other search quality issues. Users can also submit up to five pages that violate the same policy in one report. The form provides guidance on selecting the appropriate category for the issue being reported, and includes a comment section for providing more detailed information. Upon submission, users will receive a confirmation email with helpful links to external resources. Google aims to provide the highest quality search results and encourages users to report any concerns about web behaviors in separate feedback channels.

source: Reporting search quality issues with a new user feedback form  |  Google Search Central Blog  |  Google for Developers


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