Google Toolbar v5 Released, Supports Gadgets and Saving Settings Online

Dec 14, 2007 • 9:42 am | comments (3) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

The Google Blog announced the newest Google Toolbar. Some of the new features include the ability to add gadgets to the toolbar, an improved AutoFill, saving settings online, and clipping content using Google Notebook.

These features are highlighted in this video:

Unfortunately, unless you are using Internet Explorer, Google does not have a new version of the toolbar for you.

So, does anyone using IE have any positive experiences to share with the new Google Toolbar? Forum discussion continues at DigitalPoint Forums and WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Peter

12/14/2007 03:40 pm

and there was me thinking that Google support open source projects. Surely the fact that they were pushing Firefox on months ago makes it strange decision to not release an updated Firefox extension as well.

Jaan Kanellis

12/14/2007 04:56 pm

Strange some of these features have always been available to me.

lovekills_s

12/15/2007 12:27 pm

Uhh.. Sorry but the small PR indicator Sucks big time.. After we are habitual to see that long old bar.. The best feature is use your customized toobar from Any PC..It works pretty nice.. just sign in customize, and then where ever u sign back in, you can use settings.. Notebook Integrated.. ain't anything that can help with some big information or kind of.. with personalized accounts available anyone can access it from there as well..

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