How To Make a Public Wave: Google Wave Tips

November 3, 2009

in Tools & Extras

Many people are still looking for google wave invite but if you have snagged one from someone then its time to start experimenting with it! We have already talked about what is google wave and its featureshow to use google wave and how to create a google wave etc. Now in this post I will let you know how you can make your wave public in Google Wave.

Well before diving in to create a public wave, lets understand a bit about public wave, what actually public wave is? Well public wave is a wave in which anyone can participate, anyone can view or reply to it and anyone can access its content.

How to make your wave public in Google wave? To make your wave public in google wave follow these two simple steps.

Step 1: In the contacts module you can see a ‘+’ button just in front of Manage contacts, this button is used for adding a contact. Click on that + sign. Now add public@a.gwave.com to your contact list by typing public@a.gwave.com in the address field as shown in the screenshot below and then pressing the enter button.

Adding contact_Google wave

Once you have added the contact the public group will appear in your contacts list, as shown in the screenshot below.

Adding contacts in google wave

Step 2: Add public to any of your wave which you want to make public and that’s it, you’re done. You have succesfully created a public wave.

Note: You are require to add public@a.gwave.com to your contacts, every single time you log in to your wave account, to create a public wave.



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1 David November 4, 2009 at 11:22 am

I was badly looking for this! Nice tutorial:)

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2 Shahab November 4, 2009 at 11:32 am

I am glad you liked it 🙂

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