Remember Google’s Hall & Oates “Mangobbler” Video? Now You Can Make One

By: Chris Crum - November 7, 2012

Remember the Go Google Hall & Oates “mangobbler” video?

Now you can make your own.

“We love hearing about all the different ways people use collaboration in Docs – from creating shared grocery lists to co-authoring full length novels,” says product marketing manager Preston Hershom. “In the past, we even created a few of our own stories showing how you can go Google, whether you’re writing an 80s hit or crafting the perfect invite list.”

“Now, anyone can create their own story about collaboration with the Gone Google Story Builder,” says Hershom. “Make your own personalized video featuring the characters, story, and even music of your choosing and then share it with everyone you know (or maybe just a few of your closest friends).”

If you post your video to Google+ with the hashtag #gonegoogle, Google might feature it on a Google+ page.

If you can’t get to the app, you’re not alone. Google says that so many people are creating stories with it that it has been having trouble keeping up, but they’re working on taking care of that.

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