Taylor added his FriendFeed Blog feed to his account and now his subscribers can keep tabs on feature developments and site improvements. They can even comment, mark the post as a bookmark with the “like” feature, and recommend it to others.

If you subscribe to RSS feeds through Google Reader, you already know that you can share your favorite reads with contacts in your Gmail address book. And while Google lets you add notes to your shares, FriendFeed takes it one step further by enabling conversation about them.

FriendFeed can be used on its own, without importing feeds from social networks like Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr. Just add a message and post a link, and your latest thought is distributed to all of your friends.

Have you voted on news lately at StumbleUpon, Digg, or Reddit, or bookmarked a link on del.icio.us? FriendFeed makes it easy to share with your friends. All you have to do is give FriendFeed access to your accounts.

If you use music services like iLike, last.fm, or Pandora, you can use FriendFeed to recommend your favorite tracks to the mob.

Here’s an excellent way to tell your friends what you want as a gift. Just add your Amazon Wish List to your FriendFeed account and no one can ever say they didn’t know what to get you again.

Import your Twitter feed into FriendFeed and use it the way Taylor does – for customer feedback.

7 Ways Bret Taylor Uses FriendFeed

Taylor added his FriendFeed Blog feed to his account and now his subscribers can keep tabs on feature developments and site improvements. They can even comment, mark the post as a bookmark with the "like" feature, and recommend it to others.

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