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Ask Slashdot: iGoogle replacement ?

obarthelemy (160321) writes | about 2 years ago

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obarthelemy (160321) writes "With iGoogle scheduled to close, I'm looking for another web site that can be my home:

on a single web page, and in any browser (no browser-specific extensions please)

- display multiple mail and webmail inboxes (gmail, yahoo, hotmail, and pro POP/IMAP)
- display Google Reader feeds (or a collection of RSS feeds directly, but Google Reader would be much better)
- and Google Calendar
- and Google Tasks

I have no clue why Google is discontinuing their home page service, but if that's what they want, I'll make my home somewhere else ^^"

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Easier / Privacy Preserved (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 2 years ago | (#40538817)

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