Today my team is introducing a new way to connect Google users with the help they need, through Twitter.
Are you a Twitter user who's passionate & knowledgable about using Google's services? Perhaps you'd like to share your expertise with the rest of the world? Then check out Help on Social!
Got a question about a Google product? In addition to Google's product forums, you can now also tweet using the hashtag #gHelp which will help other Twitter users on the Help on Social platform find your question.
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!
Know something about Google products? Share your knowledge on Help on Social!
If you are passionate about Google products, try answering tweets alongside our community of expert users helping folks all over Twitter.
Learn more by visiting goo.gl/helponsocial.
Have you ever wondered where the Android statues come from? Or why Android versions are named after tasty treats? Nat and Lo are here to educate you.
And be sure to watch the bonus video linked from the end if you want to see (Google's VP of Android) play chubby bunny. :-)
And this announcement happened the day after my 11-year Googleversary....
There were many amazing behind the scenes stories that I'd never heard before. Lots of funny stuff! But also several poignant moments, especially about the cast members who have passed.
Now I want to re-watch the whole show!
We're always listening to your feedback and we’re are happy to announce a few often requested updates for the web.
- Change the timestamp of your photos
- Reorder your photos in an album
We’ve also added some additional features since launch that let you change your album cover photo and remove inaccurate search results. All of these updates are now live at photos.google.com so make sure to go and give them a try.
- Community Manager, 2004 - present
- Avatar NuMediaPost-production Supervisor, 1994 - 2002
- Circle Video ProductionsProduction Associate, 1991 - 1994
- Buzz (current)
- Google, Android, and Nexus
- Occasional other tech news
- Geeky stuff like comic books, video games, tabletop RPGs, and scifi & fantasy books/movies/TV
- Infrequent posts about my travels, social dancing, and wine
- Android & Nexus: Paul Wilcox (that's me!) & Orrin Hancock
- Android Wear: Sarah Morales
- Calendar: Alice Justman
- Chrome: Sarah Claxton Deming
- Chrome OS: Andrea Mesterhazy
- Docs: Julianne Niemaszyk
- Google+: Claire Podgorski
- Hangouts & Hangouts On Air: Chris Wong
- Gmail: Jordan Esparza & Andy Bravo
- Maps: Abby DeBellis
- News: Stacie Chen
- Niantic Labs (Ingress, Fieldtrip): Brian Rose
- Panoramio: Gerard Sanz
- Project Glass: Sarah Price
- Sites: Sarah Claxton Deming
- Web Search: (coming soon!)
- YouTube: Daniel Mabasa
- 3D: Nicole Drobeck
I'm a geek, but hopefully one with obsessions beyond traditional geek bounds. My niche interests include gaming (computer/console as well as tabletop RPGs), dancing (social ballroom and Irish ceili), comic books (American-style and some manga), movies (domestic or foreign, Hollywood or indie), animation ("traditional" and anime), skiing (snow, not water), martial arts, science fiction & fantasy, progressive rock, period events, yadda yadda.
The views expressed on Google+, in my blog, via Twitter, on Facebook, and elsewhere (except via official Google channels) are mine alone and not those of my employer.
- University of California, DavisRhetoric/Communications & Psychology, 1987 - 1991
- Henry M. Gunn Senior High School1983 - 1987
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