I hate Google+. Can't stand it. It is agonizing to use. The stream is so noisy, it won't even bother me when the inevitable Google ads arrive. Culturally, it feels like walking into a religious school.
I've been noticing that over the past few weeks that quite a few people have been migrating to here from Facebook, which is great! Welcome to all of you! To help your experience here, I'm going to help you by explaining what G+ is and, most importantly, what it is not.
The Ultimate G+ Collection: A Treasure Trove of Google Plus Tips, Guides, & Resources
Here is an extensive database of Google+ resources that I put together for both newbies & power users. I'm sure there is something new to discover for everyone :)
The collection is large, so I decided to break it up into 11 sections and have it hosted on sociologyplus.com, a new website I contribute to about the sociology and culture of Google+, as well as other Google+ related events and information.
I am a big fan of Google+, I've been using it since it has come out, and I have tried a few different ways to keep my Circles in order. Let me share my newest way with you. I have already started seeing some good results.
...this great tool that lets you make groups of email addresses and queue up links to share with them, along with a comment. At the end of the day, each group gets all the links you've built up, if any, in one nice email digest. Neat! Invites inside!
But, sadly, you'll have to leave Google+ to get them. ;) - Jon Mitchell
- Reply and Reply to Author links for easy +mentions of other users - Badges the favicon with a number when you have new messages - Ctrl+Enter and Shift+Enter submit a comment or post - "M" key mutes a post - Adds a dropdown next to share with additional sharing options (Twitter/Facebook/Email) - "originally shared by" linked to original post
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