We have a bit of a history with Google+.
There’s always been a question about what happens when you click on a Google+ photo, but that hasn’t stopped many people using it.
Now Google+ is making the experience more like Facebook’s Timeline and Twitter’s timelines.
You can now go back and view past Google+ posts that you’ve viewed from other sources.
If you’ve been following the news from the Google+ app, you’ll know that Google+ has been using its own algorithm to identify what is popular among its community.
That algorithm is now being extended to include more people.
As Google+’s founder, Sundar Pichai, explains in the Google Plus blog post announcing the extension, “The goal is to make our algorithms smarter, more accurate and more user-friendly.”
It’s a good thing for the Google+, community, and the company as a whole that the extension is now available to Google+ users, but for the people who want to try it out for themselves, it may be a little tricky.
How do I do it?
The best way to do this is to create a new Google+ account and log in to your Google+ profile.
On your profile page, click the menu button at the top right and select the “Settings” tab.
From there, scroll down to “Profile Settings.”
On the “Profile Management” tab, click “Profile” from the dropdown menu and then “Add.”
Once you have the new Google account set up, go to “Add Settings.”
The settings you see will vary depending on your version of Android, but the most important ones are “Background,” “Background Album,” and “Profile Photos.”
If you’re on Android 5.0, you won’t see the option for “Background.”
If your device has no background album, you can choose to not have a Google Plus profile.
For more information, check out the GooglePlus blog post.
Once you’ve added the Google profile, you should be able to go back to the “Featured Photos” tab on the “Details” page.
Under the “Images” section, you need to click the “+” button.
That will take you to a page with your photo’s name and location.
You’ll need to scroll down and select it from the list of images you’ve seen in your Google Plus feed.
You should be presented with a dropdown list of photos that you can add to your profile.
There are two options for this, but if you choose “Add All,” you’ll be able add your entire collection of photos from your account to your “Featured Images” list.
If not, you will only be able see your selected photos on the left side of the screen.
For the people using Google+ in mobile apps, the extension works in the background as well.
However, this isn’t an option for Google+.
In those cases, you have to go to the settings menu at the bottom right of the app and scroll down until you see “Add Photos” under “Settings.”
Once there, click on the “+ Add All” button to add the photos to your new profile.