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G+ #Communities' biggest improvment tonight

(by pio dal cin) Thrursday January 17th 2013  2:40 am http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/communities/

Tonight +Brian Glick  with his post on +Google+  made the stream go wild when he announced on his +Google+  profile that finally there is a big change into #Google #Communities. (read his public post here:(http://www.codognetreviso.com/2013/01/control-wheter-community-posts-appear.html).

What is the big change all about'? If you were familiar with +Google  and +Google+  you would know that since #Communities were introduced less than a month ago, users were complaining about the fact that every time you made a post on any of the #Communities, the same post would appear on your +Google+  profile over and over, so that, if you had subscribed to twenty #communities and you were actively posting there you'd receive twenty notifications on your profile.

This was a big problem and the "noise" was just terrible. Tonight it is all fixed, and, as the feature rolls out slowly, Gplussers will be able to set on their profile's page wheter or not the'll receive such notifications. Thanks +Google+  +Google  and +Bradley Horowitz  for listening to us and make this a better experience


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