Google+ Launches New Features Update Center Including Reordering Circles
|Reorder circles by clicking and dragging.|
Google has created a Web page devoted to Google+ feature updates in response to requests from the new social network's beta users.
"What's new in Google+" can be found in the G+ help center. Click on the gear at the top of the Google+ page, open the help center and find the new section in the "Get started" box. You'll find video summaries of new features from Google+ engineers, aka Googlers, plus excerpts from their longer blog posts that explain updates in detail.
The section is light on updates, but a big improvement hit this afternoon― the ability to reorder your circles simply by dragging them around.
"We think that's an awesome idea," Googler Brett van Zuiden said in his What's new video. "Head on over to your circles tab and go down to your list of circles. There you can move a circle wherever you want just by clicking and dragging with the mouse."
It's still early days for Google's social network and still by invitation only. If you'd like one, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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