Share Information Using Google Noticeboard

Google Notice board is another new service from Google Labs India, started from 6 March 2009. It is just a kind of digital notice board.

Using this Google service one can create and share text and voice messages on Google Notice Board. Google notice board comes as a Firefox extension and requires it to be installed on every computer where you want to get Google Notice Board updates. A 17 pages Google notice board instruction guide is available here, a simple three steps guide (as given on Google Labs India) is shown below

  1. Click Create Message and pick one or many recipient Noticeboards from your contacts.


  1. Record your audio message and select an icon to denote the subject of your message. Click Send to post message.

  2. The message posted is delivered to the recipient’s Noticeboard. Click on the Play button to listen to the message

Links: Google Labs India | Google NoticeBoard Firefox Extension | Manual

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Aditya March 22, 2009

is it only launched for India ?? or for all countries

Prateek March 22, 2009

I think its a Firefox add on basically, so it can be used anywhere in world, but it is released by Google Labs India.

Bapun March 22, 2009

@ Prateek : It can be used everywhere.

Gautam March 22, 2009

It is a web service.. anyone can use it no matter where he/she is in the world

Bapun March 23, 2009

@ Gautam

There are certain services available to people from a certain region also 😉

Abhishek March 23, 2009

It seems cool need to try !!

Harsh Agrawal March 24, 2009

Can give it a try..
though still need to figure out how I can use it to maximize my online productivity..else it will be counted as just another web service…

Coder38 October 22, 2009

By such lights, America can only have achieved its economic success by stealing the resources of third world nations. ,