Google+ Redesigned : How to get New Google+

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Google has announced on Tuesday that it is revamping its social network Google+. The company is getting completely new look and design, faster than before, responsive and more learnable. Yes it still exists and no it is not giving up. The new design is now focused on building collections and communities on social networks and it will roll out on web on Tuesday.

The Google has taken another shot for its failed attempt and building a successful network. It is very easy if people and Google forget Google+ but as the Facebook is hard working to increase revenue on its part and twitter is also struggling on same lines so in that case how Google can left behind in reviving the it.

“We’ve spent a lot of time listening to what people using Google+ had to say,” wrote Eddie Kessler, Google’s Director of Streams as he announced company’s plans to revive its social network. “There were two features they kept coming back to: Communities, which now average 1.2 million new joins per day, and Collections, which launched just five months ago and is growing even faster,” he said.


Now if you want to gain the access to redesigned plus so you should follow the simple steps as following :

  1. Go to the Settings pane, scroll down to ‘Manage other apps & activity’ section
  2. Click on ‘Manage Google+ activity,’ and click the search bar at the top.

The world’s largest agency has announced it on the official blog that it is making the layout responsive means it will adapt itself according to the screen on which its pages can be viewed easily. For now there is no option to view on google+ mobile apps. But the company will soon roll out the updates for ios and Android in coming days.

An average Google+ page that used to take approximately 12 seconds to load would now load in 3 seconds. The metric, also known as latency, indicates that it used to take 0.7 seconds to download the first byte of data. Surprisingly, this has now been reduced to 0.1 seconds.


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