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Gtalk history now stored in Gmail[edit]

The criticism section and perhaps other sections need revision as Gmail now has the option to store Gtalk history automaticall.

voip[edit]

its nice to know they released the lib but has anyone actually done anything with it?


Features?[edit]

To me, the features section reads like an advertisement.

I think this page deserves a criticism section, Google really dropped the ball here, always talking about new features but not always so forthcoming about things when they pull the plugHYeahMFr (talk) 17:44, 6 February 2017 (UTC)

Previous version's references to service shutdown directly conflicted with all evidence provided by Google[edit]

The amount of misinformation here was surprising.

"deprecation" != "shutdown"
"Windows client" != "all access from Windows"
"all access from Windows" != "the service"