Google responds to user feedback and quietens down Buzz inbox noise
WHILE conversation in Google Buzz, the very post appears in your Gmail inbox, but Gmail users have recently responded negatively by saying that it makes the inbox 'noisy'.
So Google has launched two new Buzz features which it hopes will help calm the noise.
The first is a setting which controls what appears in your inbox. From the Buzz tab of Gmail Settings, you'll be able to choose whether the following buzz items get sent to your inbox: comments on your posts; comments on posts after you comment on them; comments on posts after you are @replied on them.
The second is change is that Buzz now offers explanations for why posts get sent to your inbox. Buzz users will now see a message at the top of each post in the inbox that explains why it's there - either someone commented on your post, or you were @replied, for example.
Google has also added a 'mute' link that will stop subsequent comments from bringing the Buzz conversation back to your inbox.This 1 is good move as it set user freindly interface .