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Wouldn't you be glad to have your social world handy right inside Gmail, and have it all stacked under one single tab, instead of toggling between multiple tabs or windows, every now and then? If you believe so, here’s how you do it.
The idea is to add third-party iGoogle Gadgets, using the Gmail Labs feature. So to get started, we hope you’ve logged into your Gmail Account. Now in order to install the iGoogle Gadgets of Facebook and Twitter, just do the following:
These are the gadget URLs:
Facebook - http://hosting.gmodules.com/ig/gadgets/file/104971404861070329537/facebook.xml
Twitter - http://twittergadget.appspot.com/gadget-gmail.xml
That’s it! you will now have two new options added to the left pane, one saying Facebook and the other one saying Twitter. You’re now literally just a click away from your friends’ updates on Facebook & Twitter, right within your Gmail Account. Pretty nifty. Isn’t it?