Thursday, February 25, 2010 | 9:51 PM
Here's a quick snapshot of some our favorite tips that you may or may not have noticed yet. Give them a try, and if you aren't using Google Wave yet, you can request an invitation.
You can edit or reply to any part of a wave by double clicking on it.
Submit and create new replies with 'Shift+Enter' to make a conversation go faster.
Give yourself a picture instead of a grey head. Click on your name in the Contacts panel.
Link to another wave
Create a link to another wave by dragging it over from the search panel while you're editing.
Share a wave with the world. Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contacts, then to the wave. Then, click on the contact at the top to make it read-only.
Use the G+ gadget on the editing toolbar to add a link, image or video to your wave
Create saved searches by clicking the '+' next to SEARCHES in the Navigation panel. Add color coding, too!
Hold 'Ctrl' and click on a wave in the search panel to open waves side by side.