Google Reader Improves Email Feature

May 3, 2007 • 8:22 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Google Reader has made a few improvements to their email feature. Now when you see an article or story in Google Reader that you want to share with a non-RSS user friend, you can click the email button and it won't open a new window. Here are the new features:

  • send email from within Reader -- no more second window for sending email.
  • send the entire item as it appears in Reader, including formatting and images.
  • use your Gmail address book (if you have one) to add contacts with auto-complete.

Not opening in a new window is very cool, but the addition of the gmail address book with auto-complete rocks also.

Here it is in action:

Google Reader Email Feature

Forum discussion at Google Groups.

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Comments:

Piotr Szymczak

02/25/2010 08:12 am

Hi I have a question. It is possible to share (send) via email (BCC, CC) Google Reader. I know, I can send directly to recipient but I do not know how do his if I want send to hidden recipients.

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