Google+ gets a major redesign with a focus on ‘interests’

November 18, 2015

Via: TechSpot

Google is starting to roll out a major redesign for their social network, Google+, that focuses on making the site a great place for users “to keep up with and talk about their interests”.

Google+ now features an entirely new navigation system that’s centered around two sections: Collections, and Communities. Collections is an area of the site where users can find information and new content on whatever interests them, while Communities is a place to discuss interests and topics in a group with other users.

As an example, Google highlights the new Game of Thrones community as a great place for Google+ users to visit when they want to chat about the popular TV show. When they want to see a variety of content about surfing, users should head to the new collection of content on that topic.

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