News: Take realtime location from WhatsApp .

The WhatsApp team development come with this good feature to share your realtime location with other people on WhatsApp:

Share your live location
Today, we’re rolling out a new feature that allows you to share your location in real-time with family or friends. Whether you’re meeting up with friends, letting loved ones know you’re safe, or sharing your commute, Live Location is a simple and secure way to let people know where you are. This end-to-end encrypted feature lets you control who you share with and for how long. You can choose to stop sharing at any time or let the Live Location timer simply expire.

Here’s how it works. Open a chat with the person or group you want to share with. Under “Location” in the attach button, there’s a new option to “Share Live Location.” Choose for how long you want to share and tap send. Each person in the chat will be able to see your real-time location on a map. And if more than one person shares their Live Location in the group, all locations will be visible on the same map.

News: Wiki and HTML .

Now the Wiki pages containing complex tables and rich text support HTML Tags.

The new Wiki come with this features: 

  • Search wiki pages across projects 
  • Link wiki pages with work items 
  • Show side by side preview while editing wiki pages 
  • Show wiki home page on project home page 
  • Simplified save using Ctrl S

That allows rich text editing, complex tables, embedded videos and many other capabilities.

You can read more on the microsoft blog.

News: Google API with 5Gb and $ 300 free trial .

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All files you store in your home directory, including scripts and user configuration files like .bashrc and .vimrc, persist between sessions.
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