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What’s Hot on Google+


Google+ unveiled a new feature today which lets users know what people are sharing and getting excited about on their social network.

They say that Google+ users share billions (yes, with a b) of items everyday and sometimes we just want to find something cool, whether it be a picture or breaking news. That’s why they released – appropriately called – What’s Hot.

Here’s a video with one of Google’s engineers explaining the What’s Hot Google+ feature, where to find it and how to use it.

Google+ also announced two more new features. Google+ Ripples and Google+ Creative Kit. Here’s a brief description of each with the corresponding video.

Google+ Ripples

There’s something deeply satisfying about sharing on Google+, then watching the activity unfold. Comments pour in, notifications light up, friends share with friends (who share with their friends), and in no time at all there’s an entire community around your post. We want to help people re-live those conversations—both to rekindle that initial excitement, and to learn how posts flow across the network. That’s why we’re launching Google+ Ripples: a visualization tool for public shares and comments.

Google+ Creative Kit

Nothing tells a story like the perfect picture, so it’s only natural to want to make yours really, really, really, ridiculously good-looking. Unfortunately, photo editing is too often a chore, requiring specialized software and lots of patience. We want to help everyone put their best photo forward, so today we’re introducing the Google+ Creative Kit, a fast and friendly way to make powerful edits to your photos.

So, what do you think? Does Google+ continue to release great and useful features that make you want to keep sharing and using their social network?


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  • Angela Ancelet

    “Let us know in the comments”… but comments are disabled.  There needs to be a way to disable the “what’s hot” feature.

  • Anonymous

    Please, provide a way to turn off “What’s hot on Google+” – I don’t want it, I don’t like it, it sticks out like a sore thumb! It would be fine if it were something I could turn on or off or even click to have its own stream. . . but not on my main stream. . .

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