Google+ continues its “facebookization” as it is rolling out activity notifications for users. Activity notifications are “alerts” your will receive whenever users among your selected Circles will share something on G+. This feature was launched a while ago by Facebook to help fans keep themselves updated with everything happening on pages they love.
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Google will most likely remind you to set notifications over the coming days. Under the “never miss another post” tagline, Google will ask you to select which of your Circles you would like to receive notifications from. All you have to do is to select Circles and click on “Get notifications”.
Once you do so, Google+ will start notifying you each time someone in that circle will share something new.
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