Now that more and more people are getting access to Google Wave it's getting interesting to use it.
Google Wave has allot of possibilities but one of the coolest is the possibility to embed a wavelet to your blog.
Adding a Wavelet is quite easy and isn't that different from adding some other kind of media to your blog.
To do this just follow these simple steps:
- Install the wavr plugin on your wordpress blog and activate it.
- Start writing a new blogpost (Notice that there is a Google Wave button in your Kitchen Sink now)
- Click the button and fill in the ID of your Wavelet (don't forget to change %253B to +)
For example googlewave.com!w%252Bda8ZC1YwA.1 changes to googlewave.com!w+da8ZC1YwA.1
- Fill in the other stuff you want to change, things like the backgroundcolour or the font
- Publish your post
You'll still need to remember one important thing, people need a Google Wave account and should be logged in to see the Wavelet. Also don't forget to make the Wavelet public. Below you can see an example.
Thanks to Mike from Mimor.Be for the Google Wave invite ^^