If you want direct communication (one way) with the Blogger Developers, Blogger Support has suggested that we use "Report a problem".
The "Report a problem" button, in the lower right corner of every Blogger dashboard page, is a link to Google Feedback.
Look in the lower right corner of a dashboard display.
"Report a problem" - not hard to spot!
You'll also find the link, in the upper right corner of many dashboard pages.
Find the "gear" icon, in the upper right of many pages.
Click on the gear icon.
There is "Report a problem".
Google Feedback offers you the chance to:
- Describe your problem, in text.
- Show your problem, highlighted.
- Conceal any embarrassing details.
The form has one limitation - and some may want to note this. It provides no memento or receipt, telling you what you just submitted. Those of us with OCD might want to compose the text of the complaint / suggestion in a Google Drive document - then copy and paste into the form.
That should make for easier composing too - the tiny text box (so typical of all Blogger / Google services) is not easy to use for comprehensive, thoughtful messages. It's intended as a spur of the moment quick suggestion, I'm sure.
That said, Google Feedback is easier to use than GPF, for composing and sending a visual copy of the screen. If you can get the screen to display exactly what you're reporting, with Google Feedback active.
And you get a chance to highlight what you want to be seen - and to black out what you don't want to be seen. So if you have an embarrassing email address or personal detail, no worries, just be sure to use the "Black out" option, liberally.
Start by describing the problem.
Then, look at the screen.
Highlight what you want seen, black out what you don't want seen.
And review your report. Edit, if necessary.
And if you compose the text in Google Drive, you'll have a time stamped record of what you submitted. Who knows what you could do, later, with details like that?
So, let the Developers know what you think!