Ask your I/O questions with #io16request

Want to learn about what's happening at #io16 as it happens? We've got you covered! On May 18-20, you can send questions related to Google I/O 2016 via a public Google+ or Twitter post with the hashtag #io16request. Our team of Google Community Managers will track down answers to your questions, and mention you in the reply so you don’t miss it.

If want to see what others are curious about, follow our Google+ Collection where we’ll be collecting all responses posted on Google+ (https://goo.gl/2mcRJg) or search for #io16request on either Google+ or Twitter.

Meet the team
We’ll have 14 members of the Google Community Manager Team running around the Shoreline Amphitheatre to fulfill your requests on a variety of products:
-- Gmail & Inbox: +Crystal Coleman
-- Google Calendar +Alena F.
-- Google Cast: +Jacky Hayward
-- Google Chrome: +Kameron Kitajima-Kimbrel
-- Google Maps: +Grace Chang
-- Google Photos: +Ben Crane
-- Google Play: +Amanda Brodman
-- Google VR: +Brian Rose
-- Google+ & Blogger: +Tanya Sarna Naik
-- Hangouts & Voice: +Chris Wong
-- Project Fi: +Jordan Esparza
-- Nexus & Android: +Orrin Hancock & +Paul Wilcox
-- Google Search and Google Drive: +Arille Jeriza Virrey

Note that we’ll only be replying to requests about and related to this year's I/O posted between May 18-20, 2016 so please wait until I/O begins to start sending in your questions.
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