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Google Groups 2 Beta Launched
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/03/2004 08:02:00 PM.

Google has swapped out its main Groups service with a beta of Google Groups 2, which the search giant has been testing since last May. Users who click the "Groups" link on the Google homepage will be redirected to the beta offering that promises enhanced features and focuses on community building.

In fashion with MSN's Communities and Yahoo!'s Groups, Google Groups 2 allows users to design their own group Web sites, mailing lists and newsletters. Users can designate whether a group is public or restricted, which limits who can read or respond to conversations. Building upon its more than 1 billion post Usenet archive, Google says conversations to both user-created Google Groups lists and Usenet appear within seconds and are searchable within minutes.

New features
  • Join groups. Now it's a snap to become a member of any group that interests you, so you can start interacting with fellow members in a flash.
  • Track your favorite topics. By using the new star feature, you can keep track of your favorite topics at a glance. All you have to do is click the star next to your favorite topics to add them to your "My starred topics" page.
  • Create your own group. Google Groups makes it easy to create a mailing list or discussion forum around a topic you're interested in (see more below).

    Note: You can use an existing Google Account (including Gmail) to sign in to Groups.


  • Visit: http://groups-beta.google.com/


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