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May 6, 2006

Windows Live QnA beta revealed

Posted by David Hunter at 9:36 AM ET.

Microsoft’s rumored “Windows Live Answers” service has slipped out the door into beta as Windows Live QnA:

Here we are – Windows Live QnA!

OOPS! We hadn’t planned to talk about this yet but some Web pages went live overnight and well, we decided we might as well turn on the blog and give you the straight scoop. You’ll be seeing more on this blog about our team and our product as the days go by. In the meantime here are some more details about what we are doing.

Windows Live QnA gives us an opportunity to showcase unique knowledge – provided, filtered, rated and approved by human beings – not available anywhere else. QnA allows people to ask questions of their knowledgeable friends, family, classmates at school, professional and community peers in a way that others around the world can benefit from the answers. We want to build the biggest, friendliest and most helpful community of smart humans the world has ever seen. Some people will love the fame and recognition that answering questions will bring them; others will appreciate getting answers quickly and easily.

You can sign up for the beta at http://ideas.live.com/. Based on the description, this seems to be the equivalent of Yahoo! Answers or Google Answers with some sort of social networking twist.



Filed under Microsoft, Social networking, Technologies, Windows Live, Windows Live QnA

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