Ever wish you could go back in time and send that crucial email that could have changed everything — if only it hadn’t slipped your mind? Gmail can now help you wiht those missed deadlines, missed birthdays and missed Opportunities.
Yes there are web services that will send you and email dated in the future- but now you can back date an email and make it look like it came from the past. Blame Technology – Hey it was the computer that didn’t send it right away and look at the date it was sent. You should have had it by now.
But you have to make this messages count – As you can only do this 10 times in a calendar year.
So the next time you forgot your girlfriends birthday or you forgot to send a report to your boss and you need to have it look like it came from the past. Here is your chance to make it work.
See the screen shot below to see what I am talking about.
Great Job Google – Keep the improvements coming.
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Google keeps getting more useful as the days go by. Today they released Google411.
Goog-411, which is a free telephone based information service that could replace toll 411 calls.has released a new product called
According to UrbanLegands Web Page – About 6 billion 411 calls are made in the U.S. each year, and it is a $7 billion/year market.
Basically you do is to place a call toand use an automated 411 system that can connect you to the business for free or even send the information to your cell phone as a text message. I have played around with this and this really is a cool service. It works pretty good. Does take a little getting used to a service that works this well.
Here is the info about the service from Google GOOG-411 Page:
Using this service, you can:
- search for a local business by name or category.
You can say “Giovanni’s Pizzeria” or just “pizza“.
- get connected to the business, free of charge.
- get the details by SMS if youâ€™re using a mobile phone.
Just say “text message“.
And it’s free. Google doesnâ€™t charge you a thing for the call or for connecting you to the business. Regular phone charges may apply, based on your telephone service provider.
Note: Google Voice Local Search is still in its experimental stage. It may not be available at all times and may not work for all users. Weâ€™re fine-tuning the service to get better at recognizing your requests. Itâ€™s currently only available in English, in the US, for US business listings.
Here is the Cheat Sheet for using this service from Google:
When you are asked for city and state, you can:
When you are asked for a business name or category, you can:
When browsing through results, you can:
I love using the different Google Apps (Calendar, Gmail, Docs, Maps, Video, Reader) And I have found out that one of the things that makes working with all the different Google Apps that much easier is the use of the Keyboard Shortcuts. Well, Smallwire has a nicely formated chart of all the Keyboard Shortcuts.