05 MarHow to turn on Google Wave email notifications
If you attempted to use Google Wave when it came out last year, it’s likely that you met with the same fate as I did. Honestly, I tried it for a bit, found (at least at first) that NO ONE was on the service, and discovered that, worst of all, there were no notifications of any kind when ‘waves’ were updated. (They also don’t have a practical version for iPhone yet, but I won’t go into that.) So I dropped it.
Well yesterday Google announced that they have created the option for email alerts when waves are updated. It’s a bit tricky to find the option to turn it on. You’ve got to push the arrow to the right of your Wave inbox tab to view the option.
Google hasn’t gotten it perfect yet, as you can see from their psuedo-disclaimer below. Still, this is a huge leap forward with a feature that, in retrospect, should have been shipped out-of-box for a service that has positioned itself as a tremendous advance in online collaboration.
How do you use Google Wave?
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