Posted by Marcus Foster, Product Manager, Google Mobile Those of you who live in your Gmail inboxes usually want to know what's happening with your email more instantly than standard fetch mail on your phone allows. Sure, using Gmail in your mobile browser gives you all the benefits of conversation threading and starring, but you still have to refresh every time you want to check for new mail.
Posted by Jake Knapp, UI Designer and Manu Cornet, Software Engineer Manu : Hey Jake, you still using that same old theme? Jake : Well, yeah
Posted by Ian Whitfield, Software Engineering Intern People keep track of lots of things in their Google Calendars — meetings, business trips, due dates and conference calls.
Posted by Zach Yeskel, Product Marketing Manager Have you ever clicked the "Reader" link at the top of your Gmail inbox and ended up in Google Reader , kind of unsure about what to do next? We realize this happens from time to time, so to help people get started with Reader, we asked a bunch of prominent journalists, techies, fashion critics, and foodies for their lists of favorite sites and blogs. We compiled their reading lists and made them accessible to everyone at google.com/powerreaders , where you can explore and subscribe to lists from Thomas Friedman , Arianna Huffington , Paul Krugman , the editors of Lifehacker , Boing Boing , Kottke.org , and many more.
Posted by Benjamin Grol, Product Manager When composing messages, you probably rely pretty heavily on auto-complete to add recipients. Auto-complete is convenient and fast, and usually does the trick