Google’s URL shortener, goo.gl has just been updated with some new features to make life easier. Folks who are constantly tweeting will be glad for these new features. When a URL is shortened, the new shortened address is automatically highlighted so users can easily copy it by just pressing CTRL+C or CMD+C on their keyboard. The link dashboard can now be cleaned up – if there’s a URL which you don’t want to use anymore, you can easily remove it from your dashboard (note: the link will still work, you just won’t see it anymore). Google has also set up goo.gl/spam-report for folks to report goo.gl URLs that send them to spam sites. How many of you use goo.gl over other URL shortening services?
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