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Google Community Managers

If you are new to G+, here is a list of Google CM's for Google-related news and announcements:

Katherine Gramann, CM for Google+ Hangouts
Brian Rose, CM for Google+ Photos
Toby Stein, CM for Google+ Mobile
Natalie Villalobos, CM for Google+ Project

Sky Bintliff, CM for Picnik
Melissa Daniels, CM for Chrome OS
Lisa Ding, CM for Blogger
Nicole Drobeck, CM for 3D
Kelly Fee, CM for Web Search
Mark Harrison, CM for SketchUp
Jacky Hayward, CM for Chrome
Jonathan Lally, CM for Voice
Adrienne Bernakevitch Ludwick, CM for Calendar
Daniel Mabasa, CM for Maps
Sarah Price, CM for Gmail
Gerard Sanz, CM for Panoramio
Vanessa Schneider, CM for Places
Paul Wilcox, CM for Mobile
Teresa Wu, CM for Docs
Robin Ziegler, CM for Google Earth

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thanks a lot,that means i can ask them questions?
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+sreejith c nair Yes, but it doesn't mean that they'll necessarily answer since everyone else is also asking. Many are fairly active though, so there's a good chance :)
Pretty awesome. We need circle "subscriptions"? Where someone else does the hard work of maintaining it and I get the benefits of a sweet stream. :)
Hi Jonathan. Is there a CM for Google Music Beta or does it has another name? It's a good product, trying to know something about it's future, Integration with Google +? Maybe it's a big secret. Let us know. Thank for your great work.
Hmm, thanks for pointing that out, +Ahmed Zeeshan. I actually took this list from Natalie's page, which lists Toby Stein as CM for G+ Mobile and doesn't list Evan, so I guess she either missed it too or they changed roles(?)
Oh yea you're right +Johnathan Chung... it used to be Evan but it looks there's been some recent re-structuring amongst the CMs then. :)
You're welcome, everyone.

+Miguel Borges I don't know of a community manager for Google Music. They just started giving users invites to hand out not too long ago, so I don't know how big it is yet. Also, I don't think Google employees can disclose what they are working on or what features to expect in the future, so not sure how much talking to a CM would help in this instance. The impression I got from reading tech blogs is that G+ is a major core initiative of Google, not just a side project, so I'd assume they'll eventually start integrating as many services as possible, including Music. From what Robert Scoble said about his chats with Vic Gundotra, he has a road-map all laid out for what features to implement over the next 36-48 months.
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