April 5, 2020

"Google: Changes Coming to Google+ This Week"

What’s specifically coming this week? Sorry, it’s not mentioned in the Computerworld story linked below. We will be on the lookout.

Nevertheless, with so much interest in Google+ we thought we would pass it along. It does discuss some of the most common complaints that Google has received about Plus.

From the Story:

It looks like Google will be making some changes to Google+this week.In a post on Google+, Vic Gundotra, a senior vice president of engineering at Google, told his followers that users have been providing a lot of positive and negative feedback about Google’s new social network, and that the company plans to respond to some of them this week.

“Lots of criticism for Google+,” Gundotra wrote at about 2:05 a.m. EDT today. “We are listening and working to address. Stay tuned for changes this week.”

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The biggest complaint has been around the circles in Google+, where users can group the people they’re following and connected with in circles of similar interests or organizations.

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Google’s Vic Gundotra on Google+

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