Google is collecting feedback from webmasters about what they want to see from both Google Search and Webmaster Tools.
Many webmasters have great ideas about what they would like to see added to Google Webmaster Tools – although some of the more specific things like exactly what algorithmic penalty has been applied to a site with very specific steps about what exactly needs to be done, as well as lists of exactly which links are considered low quality and should be removed or disavowed will likely not be added since it could help spammers.
If you have any great ideas, be sure to add them.
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