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Google steadily rolled out new Google+ for the users who are still using earlier version. Last past year Google introduced beta of the new redesigned Google+ with enhanced and advanced features to simplify connecting others, discover the new things as well as communicate in a new way.

So if have not seen the preview of redesign and features of all new Google+, in coming days you get an option to see through these changes. Danielle Buckley, Product Manager at Google in her Google+ profile confirms, the new updates will be available across the web, Android and iOS in the coming weeks.

Since Google introduced the new version, Collection followers has been doubled in last nine months and 1.6 million people join Community on daily basis.

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Along with the new design Google has added three amazing new features in the Google+

  • People can have good conversation to each other by adding the links and can also add photos to your comment. Google+ is also gifting Community owners and moderator more control to approve the posts along with the all developed new notification hub on the web, to see, make changes and manages your current activity. These all features will be available on Android and iOS in coming days.
  • If you still have not previewed the new redesigned Google+, in further weeks Google+ will upgrade you to the experience during the sign in on the web.
  • Google helps the people to explore their self as well as helps to business, employees, to share their ideas and thoughts via Communities and Connections.

A while later Google+ will transform into Core Google for Work service. Let us know how you like the new design and feature in the comment section below the post.

Source: Danielle Buckley

© Image: Danielle Buckley

Google introduces redesigned Google+ with new features to more people