Google’s Director of Streams, Eddie Kessler, just made a blog post informing the whole Google+ community that the site has been redesigned to accommodate changes that people really want to have: Communities, and Collections.
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Google+ added the Communities feature not so long ago, and it is averaging about 1.2 million new registrants every day, while Collections which was launched 5 months ago is also growing at an unprecedented rate, underscoring the importance of listening to the users and effecting changes they want to see in the system – after all, everything is built for them.
Regardless of the community people join, they are sure to enjoy the best of community activity that revolves around sharing knowledge and gaining insights into how things work. It does not matter if you want to tell travel or crime stories in the Nonfiction Addiction community or you just want to follow an antique watch hobbyist do his thing with daily updates, everyone is sure to have a good time with newly reworked Google+ communities and collections.
More newsworthy is the fact that Google+ is not only redesigned to promote users’ interests, it is now much more mobile-friendly on Android, iOS, and web applications or devices; and you are assured of enjoying a fast loading experience regardless of how large or small your device’s screen is. You might have to opt-in on the web to see Google+’s new version so see how these things work now.
Eddie Kessler is not done yet, he added that users’ feedback on Google+ got the team behind the system this far, and that they’d love to learn how users are doing with the new changes to help the team refine Google+ even more.
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According to Kessler, “Creating great products that solve real needs and make life easier for people is something Google is always striving for. In the meantime, we look forward to seeing how today’s changes help kickstart even more conversations around everything from Zombie Cats to Vintage Calculators.”