Gmail – New Features

Gmail by Google

Reply on top
No more scrolling to the bottom of a long message to find the “Reply”
link. Now there’s a Reply button right on top, along with a lot of
other options under the little dropdown arrow.
 


Embarassment-reducing new message notifications
Ever replied to a message only to find out that someone sent a better,
smarter reply right before you? Now, if someone sends a reply while
you’re in the middle of reading a conversation (or replying to it),
you’ll get a notification that a new message has arrived. Click “update
conversation” to see what you’ve missed.


Forward all

When viewing a conversation, use the new “Forward all” link on the
right if you want to forward the entire conversation instead of just
one message.

Chat even when your friends are offline
Chatting in Gmail just keeps getting better. Now, if you’re chatting
with a friend who goes offline, your friend will be able to see
whatever you were typing the next time he or she goes online.

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Google Spreadsheets

Google Spreadsheets from Google Labs

Google has announced Google Spreadsheets [spreadsheet.google.com] which is a web based spreadsheet based on XL2Web software from 2Web Technologies.

Google Spreadsheet offers limited set of features with no support for
Charts or Excel Macros. You can sort data or use the 200 functions and
common spreadsheet formulas for doing basic calculations of numerical
data.

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Google Web Toolkit

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a Java development framework that lets
you escape the matrix of technologies that make writing AJAX
applications so difficult and error prone. With GWT, you can develop
and debug AJAX applications in the Java language using the Java
development tools of your choice. When you deploy your application to
production, the GWT compiler to translates your Java application to
browser-compliant JavaScript and HTML.

Here’s the GWT development cycle:

  1. Use your favorite Java IDE to write and
    debug an application in the Java language, using as many (or as few)
    GWT libraries as you find useful.
  2. Use GWT’s
    Java-to-JavaScript compiler to distill your application into a set of
    JavaScript and HTML files that you can serve with any web server.
  3. Confirm that your application works in each browser that you want to support, which usually takes no additional work.

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Google Notebook

Google Notebooks

Clip and collect information as you browse the web.

    * Clip useful information.
      You can add clippings of text, images and links from web pages to your Google Notebook without ever leaving your browser window.

    * Organize your notes.
      You can create multiple notebooks, divide them into sections, and drag-and-drop your notes to stay organized.

    * Get access from anywhere.
      You can access your Google Notebooks from any computer by using your Google Accounts login.

    * Publish your notebook.
      You can share your Google Notebook with the world by making it public.

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New Google Feature – Expandable Results

Google is testing a new search feature within its search results. It’s an expandable content
that can display more information about a site including an image and a
short text based on the content of the site, Related links, and “Inside this site” links. There is also a search “Search this site” feature. The feature is apparently in testing phase as it appears only randomly.
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Google Calendar

Google Calendar

Google on Thursday plans to unveil a much-anticipated, free Web-based calendar application that is expected to heat up the race with Yahoo and Microsoft. The free Web-based Google Calendar, allows users to build online calendars that enable specific individuals or groups of people to access all or some of the events listed. A Gmail account is not necessary to use Google Calendar.

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Google Dark

gdark

Change the default Google appearance.

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Google – Related Links

Google Related Links use the power of Google to automatically bring
fresh, dynamic and interesting content links to any website. Webmasters
can place these units on their site to provide visitors with links to
useful information related to the site’s content, including relevant
news, searches, and pages. Learn more…

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Talqer

Google Talk is almost perfect. It is simple and easy to use. It is an open standard and the source code is freely available. And the voice quality is really great! It is missing just one thing: The ability to call people who are not online.

Now Google Talk is complete! Announcing Talqer!

Talqer (pronounced Talker) integrates with Google Talk to allow users to make phone calls to
 normal telephones anywhere in the world.

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Google accidentally deletes its blog

Google has admitted that it accidentally deleted its own official blog on Monday night. “We’ve determined the cause of tonight’s outage. The blog was mistakenly deleted by us (d’oh!) which allowed the blog address to be temporarily claimed by another user. This was not a hack, and nobody guessed our password. Our bad,” Jason Goldman, Blogger Product Manager, wrote in a posting on the Google Blog. Apparently, the Google Blog was unavailable for a short time on Monday.

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