Google is about to release a new search queries report within Google Webmaster Tools and is now seeking testers to provide feedback on their “alpha” release.
A Google+ post by the Google Webmaster team said they are looking for some volunteers to test out an early version of the updated search queries report within Google’s Webmaster Tools. The new report is something neat and they want testers who can provide quick and useful feedback.
The feedback may be used to make changes to the report for the final public release. An alpha release is a early test release where users can test a software release before it is released to the public – alpha releases are expected to have bugs and user interface problems.
To sign up to test the tool, you have to complete this form and Google may select you as part of the beta/alpha testers.
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