Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Tips to stop Google Buzz Replies in your Inbox

Google Buzz seems good innovative way to share what you are thinking, it much more simpler and easier to use and understand but one of the most annoying things people started noticing is the google buzz replies in their gmail inbox. These replies are not only your own buzz getting comments but some one else buzz on which you have commented.

Many people don’t like the large number of replies, Finally google buzz team has added some options in gmail to control the number of buzz replies you see in your inbox.

In order to control what buzz replies you want to see in your gmail inbox, log in to your gmail account and click the settings link at the extreme right top of the browser. Under Settings click the Link Buzz which could be the last link.

Now, You will see the following options which controls which buzz replies will be sent to your inbox.

With some other options below, you can even disable google buzz in gmail, set the privacy options related to google chrome, that’s it.

Here are some points related to Google Buzz:

1) Settings to control what gets sent to your inbox
From the Buzz tab of Gmail Settings, you’ll be able to choose whether the following buzz items get sent to your inbox:

* Comments on your posts
* Comments on posts after you comment on them
* Comments on posts after you are @replied on them

2) Explanations for why posts get sent to your inbox and an easy-to-find "Mute" link
You'll see a new message at the top of each post in your inbox that explains why it’s there: someone commented on your post, you were @replied, etc. Google also added an easy-to-find "mute" link that will stop subsequent comments from bringing the conversation back to your inbox.