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|12th August 2010, 16:30||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Export and Backup Your Data From Google Wave
Would you like to save all of your conversations and more from Google Wave before it is shut down? Here’s some ways you can export your Waves today so your team can switch to other collaboration platforms.
Google recently announced that they have ceased development of Google Wave, one of the more ambitious and confusing collaboration platforms. Wave is still currently running, but may be shut down in the near future. Google has promised to create a way to get your data out of Wave before they close it, but what if you’d like to go ahead and save your Waves elsewhere so you can switch to another collaboration platform today? There’s no direct way right now to save all of your Waves, but here’s some ways to save your Waves and get back to work.
|13th August 2010, 08:59||#4|
We've used Wave for a project at school. Can't realy say that it was easy to work with, you'd always had to read over the complete Wave to find any changes . So we quickly switched to wikispaces for completing the project
At school however they do use Wave, there are at least two things on it:
- A discussion about code optimalization in C++
- A list of funny quotes from students