One Circle To Rule Them All!

If you’re going to use Google+, you’ve got to master the fine art of Circle Management. Circles are the main privacy control center of Google+. They allow you to create groups of friends and associates using a powerful (and cool) user interface that makes it easy group friends, family and coworkers then limit who can see what.

If you’re going to use Google+, you’ve got to master the fine art of Circle Management. Circles are the main privacy control center of Google+. They allow you to create groups of friends and associates using a powerful (and cool) user interface that makes it easy group friends, family and coworkers then limit who can see what. Of course, it’s easy to go totally nuts (and have some fun) with circles, but they’re also worth taking seriously. After all, the
visibility of everything you “+1,” comment on or post is contingent upon
the circles you apply to it. While it’s easy to just share everything
with everyone, it pays to be thoughtful when organizing your circles.

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