Announcing New Google WaveApplication Developed by Masteringwave

The last period has been quite hectic. My team and I have been working on creating a release version of Caseish. Unfortunately, we have not yet succeeded in achieving all the goals that we had created. But, we are still on the positive side and there will always be room for improvements.

We have developed Caseish as a tool for organizing your Waves in an easy-to-create way. Here, is a demo of Caseish in the video below.

Caseish Demo

We will be presenting the application at Google IO developer sandbox. Come by and have a talk about the application and give some feedback on what you think of this tool. If you are not at Google IO, you can tweet us at http://twitter.com/caseish or Wave us at wavecaseish@googlewave.com.

During my time at IO, I hope to record some of what other developers have already done and share those with you. I’m looking forward to see what is current and what new improvements they are going to announce.

To learn more about Caseish and sign-up for the beta, see http://www.caseish.com.

Daniel,

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Email with updates on Wave changes

Probably the most requested feature of Google Wave has been delivered yesterday. It is simply to get email notification when a Wave changes.

It is quite easy to start to use. Simply select the dropdown button on your inbox, select notifications. Then you have the option to select how often you want the notifications.

 

The email you then will get looks like the following.

One feature missing feature is that it is not possible to look for updates in the inbox. I might only be interested in updates in Wave, when a search term is updated. So I only get updates when Waves with the word SAP or the tag SAP is updated.

I currently use Google Wave Notifier to get updates, when a Wave is changing. The program gives instant notifications when your inbox changes. It is quite useful. But it is probably not a solution for non-it savvy users how don’t want to install all kinds of addons.

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