As many of you guys have noticed, Google has recently added a new feature to your Gmail account. I am talking about Google Buzz which adds some social features to your email box. The bad and annoying thing about this is that some contacts of yours might decide to “follow” you without your consent or that you might find in your inbox some unexpected updates you really don’t care for. Google engineers, aware of this issue, have released an interesting update which lets you turn off and disable such a feature, easily.
- Log-in your Gmail account.
- In the upper right-side of your screen, click Settings.
- Under the Settings toolbar, click Buzz, located at the far right-end of your screen.
- At this point you will face a couple of interesting option. In fact, you can decide to not show the list of people you are following and the list of people following you on your public Google profile and finally, you can also decide to not show Google Buzz in Gmail or even disable Google Buzz once for all!
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