It looks like every week there’s another Google+ drama unravelling. However, we have to keep in mind that the social network (?) is trying hard to find its pace and place these past few months while re-defining itself as a innovative, appealing platform to billion users around the world.
This time, mothership Google decided it was time for some re-arrangement. Google has removed direct access to Google+ profiles for its users. Right now, on top right corner, instead of the usual “+User” sign, users only see their name, along with their profile picture and the Google apps link.
And this is where the Google+ link lies as of now. Any logged-in user to any Google product that will click on his or her name on the top right corner, will see that there’s nowhere to go from there. Is Google downgrading Google+ even more? As the last action may imply, this could be the case here.
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