Monday, 11 July 2011

Google Plus Posts to Facebook and Twitter | Automatically Cross Post Google Plus Posts to Facebook & Twitter

We already shared a Chrome extension that lets you share Google Plus messages or posts to Facebook and Twitter. But that was limited to already existing posts on your timeline and not to the new posts you send. So you had to share a post to circles and then send it to Facebook or Twitter. With this new feature rich Chrome extension each Google Plus posts can be pushed to Facebook and Twitter too.

Start G+, a Chrome extension that lets you automatically share Google Plus posts to Facebook and Twitter. Once after installing this plugin a new Facebook and Twitter toggle buttons appear near to the native circles tabs below status space. Now while updating Google Plus profile you can select to send the same message to other social platforms.

As an added feature you can  also enable and disable Gmail browser-based notification from the tab on Google bar on top. If you click on Gmail icon it will display unread messages. Gmail and Google Plus unread notifications all from a single tab.

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  1. An error occurs while sharing the one with Facebook.. :(

  2. Sadly, yes - I just tried and got a FBook error. Also, when I tried to use the "Share" on the toolbar *while at the G+ streams homepage* I did not see the actual "share" button to publish my comment. However, when I went to GMail and used the toolbar from that page, the "share" button was there and worked (well, except for the FBook error).

    As I said on the dev's page, GREAT potential, but if it's broken-on-install, that's just really really frustrating!