Been spending several weeks working, playing, and talking about Google Wave, picking up tips and tricks for usage as I’ve gone along. The Wave preview is very young, with lots of broken windows and signs that point to nowhere, but there’s still lots of neat little functionality and must-know searches, operators, and quirks. This morning over at Lifehacker I got to run those down in my Google Wave 101 feature article. There I included my best answers to the most frequently asked questions I’ve gotten about how to use Wave. I’ve also started a public wave of comments on the article where other Wave users can ask questions and add insights. If you’ve got a Wave account, after the jump you can dive in.
You’ll have to sign into Wave in order to see and participate in the embedded wave below. Keep in mind that there’s a little more turbulence in Wave today than usual. Viva la preview!
Google Wave 101 [Lifehacker]