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Help Page for GMail Clips Available, unlike the Feature for Most.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/25/2005 06:22:00 PM.

Google added a Help page for Gmail Clips, the presumably upcoming feature that will work RSS and Atom feeds into the Gmail display.

But for most (like me) the feature is still to be a reality, only a blessed few have this feature.

Enabling Clips happens in the Settings area for the chosen few (actually, the randomly selected few). The first indication that an account is clip-worthy will be either the appearance of a preset clip, or the appearance of clip activation in Settings.

The big question here is how Google will make feed aggregation in Gmail better, or more convenient, than using a dedicated newsreader. ????

What Do you Say???

Read : Gmail adds feed reading
View: GMail Help Page for GMail Clips


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