Google+ will Revise One of its Most Useful Features on 24th January 2017

Google PlusThe search giant Google revised Google+ from scratch to end in the last quarter of 2015 for shifting the focus to communities. The Company has been attracting the social platform since its initial change. Now, the Company has announced events for the latest updates. The first event regarding Google+ will take place on 24th January 2017 and it will present one of the more friendly features the social network had to offer. It means that you will be able to manage and join events on the web, but it shouldn’t be considered a part of G Suite. The Low-Quality comments will be hidden by default at Google+. If you want to see all of the feedback on a post, then you will be able to view all of them.

But, Google has indicated that hiding some unrelated comments will allow you to focus on the specific ones. The Company has indicated that the app has the ability to efficiently use the screen size. It means, you will find less unrelated comments with more posts. You will also find a new zoom tool for Google+ on the web. It will enable you to get experience at finer information of an image. The Company is continuously keeping Google+ floating and it is still adding some really useful features. The Company announced its RASIR image compression tool last week. It has the ability to replicate large images using a quarter of the pixels. Now, the tech is just available inside the Google+. It will provide a path for other apps in the future.

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