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What’s Up with Google Dashboard?

Did anybody from Google just leaked out information about a new service called Google Dashboard? GOS blog was reporting about Google Dashboard and even pointed a YouTube video explaining Google Dashboard, which is currently now set to “private” viewing.

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Anyway, Google Dashboard is supposed to be a feature of Google Profile. In fact, it should appear just below the security options under the personal settings of your Google Profile.

The Google Dashboard will contain various information relating to the various Google services that you are using, including the number of conversations in your Gmail inbox. It serves like a historical account of your Google activities if you have this habit of logging into your Google account while using Google services.

Let’s see whether Google is on to something here. But as of now, I don’t really see any use for this, specifically the need to know the number of conversations in my Gmail inbox. What’s Google up to this time?

 Whats Up with Google Dashboard?
Arnold Zafra writes daily on the announcements by Google, Ask.com, Yahoo & MSN along with how these announcements effect web publishers. He is currently building three niche blogs covering iPad News, Google Android Phones and E-Book Readers.
 Whats Up with Google Dashboard?

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4 thoughts on “What’s Up with Google Dashboard?

  1. I learned earlier today that the primary value with the new Google Dashboard will be to allow you to remove any information you want that Google has on you in it’s database. If it appears in the dashboard, you’ll supposedly be able to delete it, wiping it out of the cloud. That’s a huge privacy gain, especially given how much data Google is holding across all it’s properties, and with Wave, that’s an even bigger issue.

  2. Atleast I find it good..
    I dont remember how many Google services I have signedup and now I have a
    admin space from where I can see and control all my stuff associated with Google.