We decided to kick things off with a bang, so we've invited not One, not Two, but THREE Google+ experts (plus host +Thomas Morffew) to give their opinion on all things Google+ and answer YOUR questions LIVE. (submit your questions in the comments on this post)
Today, a new version of the Google+ Android app is rolling out with a few exciting new features, including one of our top user requests: richer snippets of the stuff you share from web pages and other apps.
Now when you share a link from the web on your Android device, it will appear as a detailed, high quality blurb on your post. Check it out in the album below!
Other features to enjoy:
- Hashtag support in the Stream - More bug fixes and performance improvements
Website DutchCowboys has spotted a presentation showing Google+ Pages integrated with Google Analytics. It's what everyone who manages Google+ Pages has been waiting for and is very exciting news.
The presentation shows that Audi is already trialing the new feature, so fingers crossed that it will be rolled out to the rest of us very soon. We'll obviously let you know as soon as we hear anything.
Since Google+ started, the "You Might Like" box over on the right-hand side has been routinely ignored by many users, mainly because it would constantly show People that you had (a) uncircled (b) refused to circle, or (c) celebrities. That has now all changed as Google has started showing recommended Pages.
I logged on this morning and was immediately shown a ton of Pages that were (a) relevant and (b) interesting. As a result I've been circling new Pages all day.
Great to see that Google has finally got this sorted out and made the "You Might Like" box a genuine tool for discovery.