Google has today rolled out a new layout design to the Google+ Circles section of its social networking site. Google designed the Circles section of Google+ to make it easy for users to customise your existing connections, as well as discovering new ones.
The new update brings with it a new left-hand navigation menu, together with quick access to your email address books. As well as a new feature that shrinks Circles down when they are viewed on smaller screens.
As well as the layout features Google has also added quicker methods to locate people within the Google+ social network. Googler Sean Purcell explains in his blog post announcing the new changes:
“building on earlier work by +Simon Tong, +Jeff Dean and +Sanjay Ghemawat we’ve made lots of improvements to “Find People.” Simply type the name of a person or page you’re interested in, and we’ll suggest related individuals and organizations to add to your circles. We’re always working to make Circles fast, fluid and fun, so let us know what you think in the comments, and keep the feedback coming!”
Find out more over on the Google blog post by Sean Purcell.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News