All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google Plus Communities’

Google+ Gets Private, Restricted Communities

Whether or not you associate Google with privacy, it has always been a major component of Google+. From the beginning, Google’s “circles” sharing concept enabled the kind of social sharing experience that wasn’t available on competing social platforms. In fact, it even prompted Facebook to offer a similar option to its users. Essentially, with circles, you can share to the …

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Google+ Community Managers Can Now Easily Add Moderators

Earlier this month, Google launched a new Communities feature for Google+. It’s basically the Google+ answer to Facebook Groups. Google has now added a new feature that will let community managers easily add moderators. Google’s Brian Glick explains in a Google+ post (hat tip: JoshOng): Brian Glick13 hours ago Adding moderators to large communities on Google+ Many of you who …

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Google Launches Communities For Google+, Snapseed For Android

Google announced the launch of new Google+ Communities today. These can provide public or private membership, and come with the option to start hangouts and plan events with community members. “From photography to astronomy (and everything in between), Google+ has always been a place to crowd around common interests and meet new people,” says Google SVP Vic Gundotra. “What’s been …

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