Wednesday, August 4, 2010

New About Google - 04 july 2010

  • Drag and drop attachments to save them to your desktop

    August 3, 2010

    Dragging and dropping files is an easy way to save time in Gmail. We’ve previously blogged about dragging files to upload as attachments and dragging images into new messages. Now, if you're using Google Chrome, you can also drag attachments out of messages you receive to save them to your computer.

    Let’s say you have an email open containing an attachment. Hover your mouse over the attachment’s “Download” link or its file icon and a tooltip appears that says: “Click to view OR drag to your desktop

  • It’s official: YouTube is more popular than music ;)

    August 3, 2010

    Today our Facebook page hit an important milestone: over 10 million of you have clicked that “Like” button, making us more popular than Cristiano Ronaldo and -- whoa -- music?! Here’s a special message to anyone who’s ever clicked the thumb’s up button on our page:

    Now, that’s pretty awesome, but honestly we won’t rest until we rock those vampires, sweep by the Prez and topple Lady Gaga. Help us get there by liking this page, writing on our Wall and sharing the videos and news we post daily. And, of course, a

  • Table resizing and other niceties in documents

    August 3, 2010

    Want to add “Googlers” to your document dictionary? (It is a real word, you know...) Need to resize columns and rows in a table? Want to get rid of that pesky ruler permanently? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to copy your Google drawing into your documents? You can with a few new small updates to Google documents.

    Add words to your dictionary

    You can add words to the spellchecking dictionary by right-clicking on any word that’s marked as misspelled and selecting Add to dictionary.

    Drag to resize table columns and rows

    We just

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