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September 19, 2006

Writely, Migrating to Google Accounts


Writely, Google's word processing tool, is finally moving to Google Accounts, after recently being opened to public.

"In a few days, we will update your Writely account to use your @gmail.com Google Account registration settings," says Writely Team in a mail.

"We'll send email to Writely users a few days before making the change with instructions about migrating your account. Please note that you can sign up now for a Google Account using any email address - including your current Writely address."

So if you use a Gmail address to login, the two accounts will be automatically merged. Otherwise, you can keep your Writely mail address if you create a Google Account using it or migrate to an already existing Google Account.

Related:
Writely review
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4 comments:

  1. Yeah, I got the email this morning about this. I was waiting for this one, can't wait till they integrate it with google domains.

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  2. and it's just happened for me at least

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  3. I just went to login to see what writely would look like or say on the site - and it had the "G"oogle logo beside the writely name in the browser tab. It was also a google address for the page to login, but after logging in it went to a www.writely.com URL

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  4. I too received this e-mail ... I will login and see how it looks ...

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