This article tells you about the new additions to Google Plus and how you can opt to the new interface of Google Plus.
According to the Official Google Blog: Google is Introducing the new Google+.
If you head over to Google+ today, you’ll see that things look a little different.
After a gap of almost four months, the new and improved Google+ is finally here. If you can’t find the new version, read on to find out how you can upgrade manually. The social network’s overhaul is focused on the Communities and Collections features. The new Google+ lays heavy emphasis on being mobile-friendly. It takes barely any time to load and is easy to navigate and operate.
Easier to access
Google+ has been made a lot simpler than its older avatar. The interface now looks, and is, user-friendly.
The new Google+ lays heavy emphasis on being mobile-friendly. It takes barely any time to load and is easy to navigate and operate. Google+ has been rebuilt for the web, Android, and iOS.
If you’re anything like me, you don’t have much patience for slow roll-outs. I still hadn’t been prompted to click the “Let’s go” button and get the new layout, but luckily I stumbled on a way. If you’ve logged in, but the update does not reflect automatically in your Google+ account, here’s how you can opt-in manually.
1. Go to the Settings panel, find ‘Manage other apps & activity.”
2. Click on ‘Manage Google+ activity,’ and click the search bar at the top
Once the result pops up, you can now enjoy the new user interface of the redesigned Google+.
When it was launched in 2011, Google+ was the tech giant’s answer to Facebook. However, the social network failed to take off and was abandoned by most users. In the words of the tech giant, “The new Google+ is all about the stuff you’re into and people who get you.”
When you head to the Google+ homepage, you should notice that you now have the new layout. If you were hoping I had some magic trick to get the new mobile apps, though, I’m sad to report that you’re out of luck. Google says that the new Google+ apps for Android and iOS will be rolling out very soon, so sit tight.