iGoogle: UX improvements in sandbox

Google introduced some improvements to the sandbox: First, requestShareApp invites now display notifications at the top of the invitee's iGoogle page and in the "gadget shares" link on the left nav bar. Next, you can delete "Sandbox Friends" gadget, because the real control for editing and expanding friends list is in the "Friends" link on the left hand nav bar. And finally, Updates […]

Google introduced some improvements to the sandbox: First, requestShareApp invites now display notifications at the top of the invitee's iGoogle page and in the "gadget shares" link on the left nav bar. Next, you can delete "Sandbox Friends" gadget, because the real control for editing and expanding friends list is in the "Friends" link on the left hand nav bar. And finally, Updates gadget continues to improve — multimedia Updates should be displaying much more cleanly now, and you can also filter Updates for those posted by your own gadgets. Remember that the final version of Updates, like the friends control and social notifications will live on the left nav bar, and gadgets will be limited to three Updates per user per day.

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