Google Refreshes Google+ Layout, Made Improvements To ‘Find People’ Feature And A Lot More

Posted on Feb 14 2012 - 9:03am by Editorial Staff

In a move to make it easier to organise and find friends on Google+, Google on its social network Google+ has started rolling out an updated layout for its Circles page – making it easier to navigate, find and categorise friends.

Google Product Manager Sean Purcell in his Google+ page noted that the Circles page is great for customizing your existing connections, as well as discovering new ones, and today we’re excited to roll out improvements along both dimensions – the search engine giant has introduced a new left-hand navigation menu, made it quicker and easier to access user’s email address book and adapting the design of the Circles themselves so that they shrink to render correctly even on a smaller display.

Also pointing towards, the company had made lots of improvements to “Find People,” simply type the name of a person or page user’s are interested in and the rest the feature will suggest related individuals and organizations to add to your circles.

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