Show your New Year’s Resolution to the World with Google

All of us just love to make New Year’s resolution every year (even if we don’t feel like fulfilling them afterwards) and we love to share it with our family and friends. This year you can take it to the next level with Google’s 2013 resolutions map and share it not only with your loved ones but with the whole world. You can also read everyone else’s resolutions who shared it on Google Zeitgeist.

How to share your New Year’s Resolution on Google?

To share your Resolution open the website:

http://www.google.com/zeitgeist/2012/resolutions/

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Then click “Add your 2013 resolution to the map”. Then type your Resolution in the Box #1, your Postal Code in Box #2 and select your country from the drop down list in Box #3. Finally select the category of your resolution from a drop down list on the same page. There are total 7 categories i.e. Love, Health, Career, Finance, Family, Education, Others; you can choose most suitable category for your resolution. Please note that you can share it in your native language and Google will translate it automatically in different languages depending upon the reader’s location. Once submitted, your resolution will be shared with the world in 24-48 hours.

On the same Resolution Page you can read other people’s resolution in your native language. To read a resolution rollover your mouse cursor on a dot on the world’s map and it will show a bubble with a resolution and its category.

google new year resolution 2013

You can also share your resolution with us in the comments section below. We would love to read them. 🙂

In case you are from India then don’t forget to check today’s Google homepage i.e. www.google.co.in to see a small candle as a tribute to Delhi gang-rape victim.

Google's Tribute

May Her Soul Rest in Peace…

Published by sauravjit

An Engineer, Blogger, Photographer who loves Coffee, Driving, Apple & iPhone ♥

2 replies on “Show your New Year’s Resolution to the World with Google”

  1. Yes, may her soul rest in peace and let her death not go in vain. Hope humanity still lives. But I feel more sad to know that her life could have been saved if she was taken to better hospital early on, her brother said she could have lived. Our Govt didn’t care about her life and sent to 6 hour long journey to Singapore without even considering how seriously ill she was. I think she died because of the high altitude travel.

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