Thursday, 27 February 2014

Admission criteria for Google helpouts

You're attempting to make meringue and your egg whites are a runny mess. What if you could pick up your phone or computer and instantly video chat with a cooking expert who can take a look at your kitchen disaster and tell you exactly what you're doing wrong?

Google launched a tool called Helpouts on Tuesday in which people can pay to get help from experts over a live video chat similar to Google Hangouts.

The setup for some helpout listings can be pretty elaborate. This page shows that you can style your helpouts like a structured course, including any preparation or materials the person might need before starting. Google even has a process in place to verify medical certificates and licences. You can get help with the strict admission criteria for google helpouts over here

If this at all sounds interesting to you, head on over to helpouts.google.com and request an invite.

Find Help

With Helpouts you can get help anytime from people with expertise across a range of topics - teachers, counselors, doctors, home repair specialists, personal trainers, hobby enthusiasts, and more.

Get Help

You can choose who to get help from based on qualifications, availability, ratings and reviews. Also, you can choose to get help right away or schedule a Helpout for later.

Pay for Help

While some Helpouts are free, you'll need to pay for some. Paying for help is easy using Google Wallet.

Admission to this service is strict and involves a interview with google, for help  with the admission process you can check out this service over here

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