to The GOOG

Dear Google,

Let me start off by saying how much I enjoy the products that you put out. They have really increased my productivity. I do have one small suggestion with Google Reader though. It seems that when you accidently push the “Mark All As Read” there is no way to undo. This is bad when you have a bunch of your friends blogposts that you want to read but now you have to do it the old school way and go through each post one by one. This takes alot of time, especially when your list to read was around 2000 entries. I’m sure that you’ll say that Reader is in “beta” the loophole of software. And that’s fine, because you can just roll out a new feature on the back end and it’s like Christmas for the users of the product. So, why don’t you roll out a “Are you SURE that you want to mark all as read” when you are on the ALL ITEMS screen. Just a thought. I am not sending this to the customer service email address because since you guys monitor and store every single page on the internet, I know that you’ll find it somewhere between 0.0045 seconds and 5.658 seconds and I may just be 1 of more than 1,000,000 users ( that’s USEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERs in Google Math) that might have the same request. So until next time…



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4 Responses to to The GOOG

  1. Susan says:

    I am old school. I just go TO the blogs to check.

  2. Marianna says:

    Ditto, Susan.

  3. ShirleyPerly says:

    I too have wished there was an UNDO or ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO MARK ALL AS READ capability on Google Reader. I’ve hit that button accidently twice 😦

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