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Useful Tips and Tricks for Google+ (Plus)

| Tuesday, July 12, 2011
A few months ago, Google announced the launch of the +1 button that has been tested on a small number of users. Two weeks ago it was time for what was expected for a while already to be brought to the surface – Google+ (Plus). Google+ is the first Google brand social network that promises involvement in the social environment through a carefully designed tool that is ready to become a reference service. The new social network has received an impressive promotion even from the outset. A large number of international publications have supported the project from the beginning. The service was first launched through an invitation system, but it has been blocked several times by the officials due to the striking amount of people who wanted to join.

Just a few hours after launching the service, the opinions of the users were divided: the majority was either encouraging the new social network, either labelling it as “another Facebook”. Some supporters have even built a Google+ theme to look like the Facebook interface. So, if you feel the need to live the marine experience of Facebook on Google+, you can do it by following the procedures here.

Tips and Tricks for Google+ (Plus)

1. If you want to mention someone in a post or a comment, you can either use the classic “@”, either the representative “+” before the name. Type “+” and the first letter of the name of whom you want to address to or mention and there will appear, like on Facebook, a scroll from which to choose that person. Obviously, if you type more letters from the name it gets easier to find the user.

2. You can also mention people you don’t have in your circles. Just look at their profile (eg Eliminate the “” and put a “+” in front, like this: “+114443251544527193428″.

3. You can write in bold or italic, but you just have to make some small “additions”. To write in bold, write the word in asterisks: *example*. If you want to write in italic, put it in underscores: _example_. If you want the words you write to appear cut, use a hyphen: -example-.

Source: DesignModo

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