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Welcome to Insightly!

Insightly is a web based tool designed to organize your data and get things done more efficiently. From a single user to a busy and growing company. Thanks for installing and trying out Insightly. This is just a quick note detailing how to navigate back to Insightly in future, and where to go for support. When you want to get back to Insightly later you have a couple of options. You can use Google’s universal navigation in Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar etc. Insightly will be listed under the “More” section in the navigation bar at the top of the page, as shown below in Gmail. Don’t worry if it’s not there right now – it takes a few hours to appear. Your other option you have is to type in the web address directly. The direct web address for Insightly is: http://googleapps.insight.ly Remember: you can add additional users from your Google Apps domain to Insightly under ‘Settings’ by clicking on the small gear icon in the top right corner of the screen, then clicking on the Users link. If you wish to lodge a support ticket, email [email protected] or go to http://support.insight.ly. We also wrote a concepts guide to help those new to our integrated CRM and project management tool. Download the Insightly Concepts Guide PDF. Thanks again for signing up. We know you’ll love it.

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Email body is missing, please drop a line.

Email body is missing, please drop a line. Google Analytics E-mail reporting requires that you enter a body in your e-mail

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Google Voice is down – Error 500

Google Voice is down – Error 500 Google voice is down with an Error 500: Internal Server Error An error 500 is a generic error message, given when no more specific message is suitable. Google voice is also not answering when you call your Google Voice number from a Google Voice connected phone – normally you get a menu with prompts to check Google Voice Mail and make calls. Apps like GrowlVoice are also not responding. The issue seems to be more than just the Google Voice website – the entire Google Voice system is actually down. Update After about 20 minutes of being down today Google Voice is back up again.

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We’re glad you’re with Yahoo! Mail

Welcome to your new email, where connecting and sharing is fast, safe, and easy. Things you’ll love about Yahoo! Mail Get easy access to all your contacts in one place. Add your friends and family now. Check messages on your phone from anywhere. Keep every message, photo, and video that you want—forever. Things you won’t love about Yahoo Mail Advertisements appended to the bottom of your messages API Connection leaves something to be desired Web interface is not great (check out the “settings” panel – still hasn’t been updated in years)

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Google Thinks You’re Awesome

Google Thinks You’re Awesome if you are using Internet Explorer and download Google Chrome: I can’t say that I disagree.

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Google Docs: Share Outside My Organization (solved)

If you’re facing the problem with Google Docs where the “Users can share documents outside this domain” option doesn’t work, or the following issues, see the solution below on how to fix this. These are the problems reported by others about Share Google Docs Outside Your Organization: When I’m in the sharing settings in the document there is NO option to share out of organization. I disabled the option “Users can share documents outside this domain” several time ago and now, I reactivated it in order to share documents with users outside my domain. When I want to share any document with people outside the domain I am not able to get the option to do that. When viewing document share options, I can’t see the toolbar where I am asked to allow people outside the domain to view or edit the document. When I try to get a public link to the document, I only have the option to get it for people inside the domain. Control panel options are set properly but no change is performed in Google Docs. I have another google apps domain account where I’m able to do that. In that account I’ve never disabled the share with people outside the domain. I suspect the problem comes when you disable public sharing for the very first time and then you want to reactivate it again. I don’t have the option ‘Users can publish documents to the public internet’ available. I have multiple Google Domains, to … Continue reading

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Google Search Lucky

Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” search in Google Chrome Do you want to use Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” search in Google Chrome? It’s easy using the custom search engines. In Google Chrome click the wrench icon and then choose prferences next click manage custom search engines Inser the string(s) below and a name (pretty much irrelevant) and they shortcut keyword you want to use. I use > Google Search Lucky Strings Standard “Im Feeling Lucky” Search http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnI=Im+Feeling+Lucky SSL Encrypted “Im Feeling Lucky” Search https://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnI=Im+Feeling+Lucky Note: I’ve stripped out all items such as encoding and referrer to keep this as clean and simple as it can be. Now you can simply type in something like > Google Docs into your browser bar and have it go to the first result – which is most likely the right place.

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Google Chrome: Disable Automatic Updates

Are you tried of Google Chrome automatically installing updates? You can disable it on both Windows and Mac machines: Windows Machines Open registry editor. Locate: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Google\Update Add a new DWORD value named DisableAutoUpdateChecksCheckboxValue and set it to 1 to disable automatic updates or 0 to re-enable them. Mac OS X Open terminal and run the following command: defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0 To re-enable automatic updates for google chrome use this command: defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 18000 This also works for Chromium and beta versions of GoogleChrome.

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What are the different Google Bot User Agents?

There are several Googlebots with different User-agents. Here is a short list of what they are, and what they are used for: Googlebot : crawls pages for our web index and Google News Googlebot-Mobile : crawls pages for our mobile index Googlebot-Image : crawls pages for our image index Mediapartners-Google : crawls pages to determine AdSense content Adsbot-Google : crawls pages to measure AdWords landing page quality

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