Google is taking user feedback to improve your YouTube video recommendations. If you are not aware, Google periodically sends surveys via Google Opinion Rewards. Based on user feedback, Google adds Play Store credit which can be used for buying apps, music, books, movies, and more from the Play Store.
According to a report by Android Police, Google is sending surveys to users asking some questions about YouTube history. Interestingly, if you have disabled your YouTube history, you’ll not receive this survey.
You’ll receive a notification when a survey is waiting for you. The survey is short and completely anonymous. Google will add Play Store credit for completing the survey, and the credit you receive will vary with each survey.
The YouTube survey comprises four questions, where one question is about the user’s YouTube history, and the other ones include potential YouTube recommendations for that particular user. The user needs to give feedback on the shown recommendations. The last question compares the two videos and asks which one is the better recommendation for you.
You can get the Google Opinion Rewards app using the link, but remember the app is available only in selected regions.