When a Chaggle user visits a website, they can chat with all users who are there and they can see all of the comments that other users have left as they passed by. This provides real-time third party information about all websites and it brings together users who are looking at the same site but, until now, could never interact with each other.
Chaggle clients can chat in real time at any website's home page, and can drop useful comments (Web Crumbs) at specific webpages to let other user know what to look for when they pass by later. Users can also rate (with a thumbs up or thumbs down) and reply to any comments posted.
Chaggle let you chat 1-on-1 with buddies and provides a direct mail (Chaggle mail) option within the interface. Users can choose to post comments to only the local chatroom they are in, or they can choose to "Shout Out" to the entire Chaggle community.
Chaggle users can search through the latest comments using the search function and can "park" themselves in their favorite chatroom and chat there while they continue to surf the web.
The best thing about Chaggle is that it let me chat with anyone who is viewing the same website. Also, the Park feature is cool since it lets me stay in the chatroom for one site while I browse to other sites.
I wish there were more people out there to chat with, but I'm sure that will happen in time as soon as everyone figures out how useful it is. Also, I would like to have Chaggle for Firefox.
Chaggle is one of the most innovative web collaboration tools I've seen! It is unbelievably simple, but has great features (like 1-on-1 chats and the park function).
It gives you a whole new way to interact with people out on the web, and it gives people the power to choose where they want to stop and chat...I think it is going to be a matter of time before Chaggle is going to be everywhere!