Google+ Redesign: Silent Photo Tour of the New Look (OPEN to READERS)

This is what we at aNewDomain.net call a silent gallery. Here are 14 shots I took today of Google + after its major April 11 redesign. So many of our readers on Google + weighed in this morning in a story where we published names, your links and comments. Now, we’re doing something different. This is a silent gallery, true, but it doubles as a caption contest.

The silent tour begins now. Drop your captions for consideration below in the Comments field. Have fun.

This is what we at aNewDomain.net call a silent gallery. Here are 20 shots I took today of Google+ after its major April 11 redesign. So many of our readers on Google+ weighed in this morning in a story where we published names, your links and comments. Now, we’re doing something different. This is a silent gallery, true, but it doubles as a caption contest.

The silent tour begins now. Drop your captions for consideration below in the Comments field. Have fun.

 


It’s now easier to manage Circles. The drag-and-drop interface lets you move individual users from one circle to another. Not sure which person is in what circle? Simply hover over a name and the circle they belong to lights up. +Dan Phillips

 

 

 

 


This is the first screen you see when you log into Google + post the April 11, 2012 redesign. (Name Withheld)

This new drop down menu allows you to quickly switch circles to see what others have to say. Yet currently there is no way to choose more than one circle in this option. This would be a nice feature for Google to add. +Dan Phillips

 

 

 

 

 

 

The games menu is much cleaner. Before the redesign, all your games were listed individually. Now you simply click on the icon to the right and start playing. +Dan Phillips

 


Got a suggested caption (cutline) for any of these shots — to let us know what you think about the changes? If so, consider the contest open now. You get published. The whole world gets insight from aNewDomain.net readers, the geekiest and most influential gang in the world, IMHO.

+Dan Phillips of Kitchener, Ontario contributed to this story.

Screenshots: Chris Poirier

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Christopher Poirier

Technology Advocate, Journalist, Gamer

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