New Changes to Google+

posted Aug 12, 2016, 9:40 AM by Amanda Hudeck

Google+ is starting the process of migrating all current Google+ users to a new version of Google+. Current Google+ users may move to the new Google+ today by clicking “Let’s Go” at the top of the classic Google+ page. The new Google+ has several improvements to make it simpler to use and navigate. Over the next few months, Google will automatically migrate all Google+ users to the new Google+. You can opt out at first, but the change will eventually become permanent. More details about the transition period can be found in the Google+ Transition Guide.


Please note: Google+ is not considered a Core App under the Google Apps for Education Agreement. For a list of Core and Non-Core Apps, see the M+Google List of Services page. Keep in mind that even when non-core apps are found in a core app (like Google Drive), they are not covered by the Google Apps for Education agreement.


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