14 thoughts on “GMail Gets RSS Clips”

  1. I will give it a try, just let me sign up for Google WebAccelerator (so that my experience will be faster) and check my Google Analytics account for up-to-the-minute reports.

    Oops, Gmail is down, cross your fingers. I better head out to Google Transit and see what they’ve got for Austin, TX.

  2. Got on Gmail about two hours ago and couldn’t browse/search for any clips.

    Am on Gmail now and all is working fine. Added, yours, Scobble’s and Pirillo’s feed and, again, all is fine.

    Ade (Manchester, UK)

  3. Pretty underwhelming functionality from what I can tell. Somehow the “headline” feels more like volunteering to see a new ad. Maybe that’s because the first headline I had was a link to some TigerDirect sale. Certainly seems more like a Google gimmick than anything useful. I turned this off for my account.

  4. Unless this is something different, Gmail has had this “service” for several months…at least it’s been available on my Gmail account. Pretty underwhelming, actually. I wish they would figure out how to make Google Reader work better. I can’t unsubscribe any of my feeds.

  5. I put your feed and the other top-tier ones on my google.com/ig and start.com and that works fine. I agree that this is merely a way to stream ads across
    the top of the page.

  6. “Over the past few months, I’ve been working on Gmail Clips…”

    He’s been working on this for months?! That simple bar that displays headlines? Months?!

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