November 26, 2015

Google Adds Page With Updates About New Google+ Features

From Social Beat/Venture Beat:

Google has added a new section to its Google+ help center where it will list new features being added to the fledgling social network.

Dubbed “What’s new in Google+“, the page currently consists of short blog-like posts explaining the new features. The posts often link back to Google+ posts from Google employees, and some also include YouTube video explanations of new features.

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