‘Classic’ Google+ interface will be denounced on Jan 24th
Google+ interface received a noteworthy redesign in 2015 in addition to a new focus on Communities and Collections. Though Google iterated on the new version, the old version continued as well. With a swing of new features coming such as Events, the classic interface will not be available anymore from Jan 24.
- Fariha Khan
- January 18, 2017
There were some users who could use the ‘classic’ Google+ interface for various reasons, including older features and the facility to see more posts. Now only the redesign will be available, but various updates are planned to make the transition effortless.
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After the denunciation of the older version, Events will be added to the new Google+. Enabling you to create and join events, it will be available from 24th January. While developments are planned, at the time of launch it will not be accessible to G Suite users.
The latest Google+ has also been attuned to make better use of screen size. In particular there will be less white space and more posts appearing. In addition, pictures on the web will gain a new zoom features as well which is like Google Photos.
In order to make conversations better, low quality comments will be hidden on posts. Like the features on other social networks, you will be able to see all comments by heading to the overflow menu and selecting ‘View more comments.’
For now the screen adjustments seems to be live on the web already with posts looking bit wider. We are expecting to have other features shortly on Google+ interface.