New Changes on Google Plus November 2015
Have you been on Google Plus recently?
The social media site has a new makeover. The site looks very different with a lot of updates. Are you lost in the jungle of what is going on? In this article we will discuss the 5 new changes to help you with what is going on with Google+.
What Are The 5 New Changes For Google+?
Change #1- Communities and Collections
Communities and Collections front are now front and center in your news feed and placed on top. When you do a search for a keyword you will see communities and collections first and then people and pages and last you will see posts that contain that keyword.
Change #2- Mobile Friendly
Google+ is now more mobile friendly. They rebuilt it so whether you are on an Android or iOS it w
ill be a more consistent experience from a huge screen to smaller one.
Change #3- Liking, Sharing, & Commenting
You can still plus one a post to like it. What has changed is the way it looks and sharing has changed. When you click the new share button you have more options now. Click Google+ icon to share the post on Google+. Click on copy link to get a link of the post. Click on Facebook icon to share the post on Facebook now. Click on Twitter icon to share the post on Twitter now.
Change #4- Posting To Personal Page
There are two options to post to your personal page.
1. In your news feed there is a box on the top that says, “What’s new with you?” If you stick your cursor in it to type it will pop up a box. In the box you can type up what you want add pictures etc.
2. The other way to post for a personal is in the lower right corner when you are in the news feed is a writing icon. If you click on that it will pop up a box. In the box you can type up what you want add pictures etc.
Change #5- Posting To Business Fan Pages
Do you have a business fan page on Google+? When you want to post on your business fan page you might scratch your head and wonder where did everything go. On the lower right corner there is now an icon you click on that opens up a box for posting. You can then type up what you want for your post and attach a picture, etc.
Back To You…
What do you think about the changes to Google+? Was there any other updates or changes that you found that we didn’t talk about? Feel free to comment below.