Google Brings I/O To You Via Google+ Requests

May 14, 2013 • 8:30 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Google I/OCan't make it to Google I/O and bummed about it? Well, Google said they will still love to answer your questions and respond to your requests - at least over Google+.

Melissa Daniels, a Google Chrome OS Community Manager, said on Google+ that there will be Googlers on hand, including herself, to respond to questions from those developers who were unable to make it out to Google I/O this year.

She wrote:

Create a public request on Google+ using the hashtag #request and #io13 Then, at I/O, someone from the team will do their best to “pick up” your request, mentioning you in the post.

So don't dispair, unless you are me and you are completely offline because Google scheduled Google I/O on a Jewish holiday. :)

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Comments:

Mo

05/15/2013 01:37 pm

So much talk about G+ but I dont think anyone uses it. Unless they are forced to do so.

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