Google+ Feature Update (Finally)
The â€œWhatâ€™s new in Google+â€ section is essentially a list of release notes for the Google+ Project. The updates are smaller than Googleâ€™s traditional blog posts, but longer than most of its Help Center pages. Itâ€™s a centralized location for finding out what new features Google has added to its social network.
Most of the â€œpostsâ€ include YouTube video explanations about the feature updates (recorded by Googlers), along with a link to the Google+ post where the feature was announced. The search giant is clearly trying to eat its own dog food when it comes to Google+.
Google+ Feature Update – Does it cut it?
While we appreciate the centralized location for getting updates about Google+ features, we believe the company would be better served setting up a blog for the Google+ project and updating that on a regular basis. At least that way we could subscribe to the updates in our Google Readers (which still counts as the big G eating its own dog food).
Check out the video explanation of the â€œWhatâ€™s new in Google+â€ section from Google+ Community Manager Natalie Villalobos below:
While we believe this is a step in the right direction for Google+ Feature Update, come on Google, you can do better!