Google Schemer is a new service from Google that will let you share schemes and see what your friends are interested in doing. It is an activity recommendation engine and an invite-only Google service for sharing and discovering things to do. Well if you don’t know how you can create
This Thursday Google has launched Schemer into invite-only private beta. It helps people to discover, schedule and share things based on variety of factors. Google Schemer shares the activities of yours according to location, interests and past activities.
Schemer lets you define goals and mark the things you’ve already accomplished. The site is in launched in the private beta, So, you have to put your name in the list and and wait patiently to till get invited by any member. If you have Google+ profile, then it will help you to get invited by the Schemer.
To help the users Schemer has integrated with well known websites like including Bravo, Entertainment Weekly, Food Network, LifeHacker, National Geographic, the U.S. Department of the Interior and Google’s own Zagat. It is also integrated with Google+ accounts, so users can search, save and invite friends to join their schemes.
You’ll be able to use Schemer inside Google+ in the future as it is a Google+ app. According to Google a mobile app for Schemer will also be launched to find schemes related to your location.
For now, if you open the home page of the Schemer, you may ask to enter your email for request of invitation and you will get a message i.e. “Thanks for your interest in Schemer! We’ll email you an invite once we start accepting new users“. So, you have to weight till your turn and if you get invited the don’t post your email address publicly.
Actually, Schemer could make Google+ more popular also Google+ no longer requires invitation. A scheme is “a secret or devious plan” and a schemer is a person who is involved in making these secret plans. In future, Schemer could become an Events app for Google plus to counter Facebook‘s similar feature.
To get more about the new Google Schemer, watch this video: