Happy holidays to all of you Wavers!
We’ll admit our blog is still pretty young, but we thought it would be cool if we compiled a list of the best Google Wave tips so far based on the amount of views and your comments. We appreciate your support so far and how you’ve told your friends about us. We’re excited to see what 2010 will bring in the world of Google Wave.
Here we go.
- What is Google Wave? – Happened to stumble upon this post and don’t know what Google Wave is? Or maybe you still don’t know what Google Wave is? Well, then, read this.
- 5 Things to Do When You First Get Google Wave – So you got a coveted Google Wave invite. Now what?
- How to Add Twitter to Google Wave – Yes, you can even add Twitter in Google Wave.
- Unfollow, Archive, & Trash Explained – In Google Wave, you have a variety of choices for how you want to organize the waves you’re interested in and not interested in. You need to know when to unfollow, archive, or trash a wave.
- How to Create a Public Wave in Google Wave – If you’re new to wave, or just like expanding your social network, make conversation with the rest of the world.
- How to Use “Aunt Rosie” the Google Wave Translation Bot – “Aunt Rosie” allows you to translate the text in your wave to any other language in real-time. Here’s how to do it.
- Video: Exploring Maps in Google Wave – Sure, we’ve all heard of Google Maps, but I bet you didn’t you could use maps like this in Wave.
- How to Add a “Whiteboard” in Google Wave – For those of us who are think visually, draw a picture.
- Will Gmail and Google Wave Be Integrated? – Paul Bucheit, the creator of Gmail and co-founder of FriendFeed, gives his two cents on Google Wave and if Gmail and Wave have a close future with one another.
There you have it… the best of Google Wave Tips 2009. Let’s see this list expand in 2009. Are you with us?
Happy New Year!