Tweet #gHelp To Get Help From Google Top Contributors

Aug 19, 2015 • 8:17 am | comments (17) by | Filed Under Other Google Topics


Need help with Google search? Maybe with Gmail? Google Photos? Or any Google product? Now you can just head over to Twitter and ask your question and add on #gHelp to the question. Someone from the Google Top Contributor team should find it and respond.

Google announced this program on Google+ saying, "Introducing Help on Social, a new way to ask and answer Google questions on Twitter."

Does it work on Google+? I am not sure. This seems to be focused on Twitter only.

Today, we’re excited to announce a new way to share your Google knowledge and passion. Help on Social, a mobile-friendly site powered by Conversocial, brings together Google product questions from across Twitter so you can ask questions or help others. Plus, you can earn some nifty points and climb the leaderboards as you help more folks.

Have a Google question? Tweet with hashtag #gHelp! If you like to express yourself in 140 characters or less, tweet your Google product questions with #gHelp. Our community of expert users -- including Google Top Contributors -- are on standby ready to help!

You can see some of the questions and answers already on Twitter for #gHelp.

Here is an embed of the live questions:

Top Contributors are not paid by Google, they are volunteers that help other Google users use Google products.

Give it a try, let me know if it works for you?

Forum discussion at Google+.

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