Sunday, February 14, 2010

Google Buzz : A Social Integration And Messaging Tool By Google

With more and more communication happening online, the social web has exploded as the primary way to share interesting stuff, tell the world what you're up to in real-time and stay more connected to more people. In today's world of status messages, tweets and update streams, it's increasingly tough to sort through it all, much less engage in meaningful conversations.

Google Buzz is a social integration and messaging tool by Google, designed to integrate into the company's web-based email program, Gmail. Shared links and messages show up in the user's inbox. Buzz focuses on integrating photos, videos, and links as part of the "conversations" aspects of Gmail like conversation threading.

Google Buzz is a new way to start conversations about the things you find interesting. It's built right into Gmail, so you don't have to peck out an entirely new set of friends from scratch — it just works. If you think about it, there's always been a big social network underlying Gmail. Buzz brings this network to the surface by automatically setting you up to follow the people you email and chat with the most. It focuses on building an easy-to-use sharing experience that richly integrates photos, videos and links, and makes it easy to share publicly or privately (so you don't have to use different tools to share with different audiences). Plus, Buzz integrates tightly with your existing Gmail inbox, so you're sure to see the stuff that matters most as it happens in real time.

Users will be able to share links and status updates through Buzz. They will also be able to see what their friends are posting to sites such as YouTube, Flickr and Twitter and will be allowed to view most of that content within the same Gmail window. All posts will be updated in real time.

Buzz enables people to directly message someone using the same "@" format as made popular by Twitter. Buzz will also send users posts and links to other content they might be interested in based on what their friends are talking about or the content of their own Buzz feed (users will be able to turn this function off).

Whenever someone comments on one of your posts, Gmail will send you an email with all the comments and images associated with the Buzz you've created.

Google has made mobile a priority for Buzz and has created three ways that users will be able to access the service from a mobile device: through the company's standard mobile homepage, from a special Buzz application (available for iPhone and Android users only right now) and through Google's Mobile Maps application (only for Nokia Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android users currently).

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