Friday, February 12, 2010

How to use Google Buzz

All of you should be aware of the new feature from Google called Google Buzz. It is for Gmail accounts. You can view this icon under the Inbox that appears as a chat bubble with Trivial Pursuit wedges stuck in it. If you click on it, you can view an interface just like available in Facebook entry box. That intimates to post a message, link or an image for the followers. Moreover, Google automatically makes you as a follower of the people you E-mail or chat with the most as well as you can also see who is following you. If you’re a follower, you can see the messages, links and pictures we post in the text entry box. At the same time, your followers can see the Picasa Public Albums or anything that we share from Google Reader and the Gmail chat status.



If you want to add Blogspot.com blogs, Flickr accounts and Twitter accounts to your Buzz. Moreover, it has become an all-in-one place to have the followers of the blog, blogspot and in Twitter.
Google Buzz has Inbox integration for comments from Buzz for our Buzz posts. At the same time, it just shows us just the good stuff, meaning, posts Buzz thinks we will find interesting. In order to make the Buzz interesting, Google has chose a taco to represent the Advertising Point.
You can work on Buzz with the most Smartphones and iPhones. You can get the related posts from Buzz as a phone application. The found posts will be related to the current location and lets you tag posts with their current location.



No setup needed
Automatically follow the people you email and chat with the most in Gmail.
Share publicly or privately
Publish your ideas to the world or just to your closest friends.

Inbox integration
Comments get sent right to your inbox so it's easy to keep the conversation going.
Photo friendly
See thumbnails with each post, and browse full-screen photos from popular sites.

Connect sites you already use
Import your stuff from Twitter, Picasa, Flickr, and Google Reader.
See updates in real time
New posts and comments pop in as they happen. No refresh required.

Just the good stuff
Buzz recommends interesting posts and weeds out ones you're likely to skip.


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