May 2nd, 2007 | Published in Google Reader
It's fun to share interesting items with your friends and coworkers. Google Reader has a "Share" button and a public page to go along with it, and some people have been putting that to great use. Once you start sharing, others can subscribe to your shared items and see what you see (when you want them to).
This works great for your feed-savvy friends. But, what if you want to share something you find in Reader with someone who doesn't use a feed reader at all?
To the rescue comes a greatly improved email feature we're releasing today. Even Marge Simpson has email, so interesting feed items you come across can now reach almost anyone.
Now, clicking the "Email" link at the bottom of an item gives you the ability to:
- send email from within Reader -- no more second window for sending email.
- send the entire item as it appears in Reader, including formatting and images.
- use your Gmail address book (if you have one) to add contacts with auto-complete.
So, there you have it. Now you can share the great content from your feeds with anyone. Give it a try and let us know how you like it.