Google+ Rolls Out New Look – Via Mashable

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‘Google announced yesterday that it is rolling out a significant redesign for its social networking platform Google+.

The company said it will introduce a variety of new features to the site, from customizing apps and the navigation bar to more flexibility with profile pages and pictures.’

‘Google+ will now offer profile pages that will include bigger photos, a la Facebook’s Timeline, and feature a chat list that puts friends front and center on your page. Another major update involves how users can navigate around the news stream. Instead of static icons at the top, there’s a ribbon of apps on the left. The ribbon allows users to drag apps up or down to create the order, hover over certain apps to reveal a set of quick actions and show or hide apps by moving them out of the section.’

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