Google Buzz for Gmail Launched - Coming to Google Apps

Google introduced “Google Buzz,” a new way to start conversations about the things you find interesting and share updates, photos, videos and more — publicly or privately each time you post. And you can connect other sites you use, like Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Google Reader, and Twitter. Buzz is built right into Gmail and […]

Google introduced “Google Buzz,” a new way to start conversations about the things you find interesting and share updates, photos, videos and more — publicly or privately each time you post. And you can connect other sites you use, like Picasa Web Albums, Flickr, Google Reader, and Twitter. Buzz is built right into Gmail and is fully integrated with Picasa. Any photos you upload to and share from Buzz are automatically stored in a new unlisted album in Picasa. It's easy to upload multiple photos at once from Buzz - just click "Insert: Photo" from a new post, select "upload files," and click "Add photos to post" once they're fully uploaded. Getting started with Buzz is easy – just head over to Gmail and click "Buzz" link below "Inbox" -- Buzz will be linked to your Picasa account by default. Any public photos you upload to Picasa Web Albums will automatically create a new Buzz post populated with the photos. You can also email photos from your Gmail account to buzz@gmail.com, which will automatically upload them to Picasa Web Albums and create a new Buzz post.. Google also plan to make Google Buzz available to businesses and schools using Google Apps, with added features for sharing within organizations.

If you want to learn more in the meantime, visit buzz.google.com or check out the Help Center.