Google on July 28, 2015 announced to close its social network platform Google Plus. Google has launched it in 2011. Google launched its social site to challenge Facebook. Google has spent the last several months chopping up Google Plus’s most useful pieces and making them separate services as it moves away from making Google Plus the central hub for all Google-related activity. Also Read - Looks Like NTA Has Another Test Called Joint Patience Exam: Delayed JEE Mains Result 2021 Sparks Meme Fest on Twitter

Google now says that in the coming months, you’ll only need to create a Google account to do things such as creating a YouTube channel, communicating with contacts and other key functionalities. Google also announced it’s adding a new feature called Google Plus Collections, which lets users share and read posts sorted by existing topics or all-new user-generated topics. Meanwhile, the social network’s location sharing ability will be moved over to Hangouts and other unspecified apps. Also Read - CBSE & ICSE Board Exams 2021: Top 7 Things to do For Preparation |Watch Video

Google has announced more sweeping changes for Google Plus over the next few months as it restructures network into two distinctly separate products: streams and photos. Previously, many tasks within Google products (commenting on a YouTube video) required a Google Plus profile, but that won’t be the case moving forward. Google Plus claimed 300 million monthly active users in late 2013, although Stone Temple Consulting, a third—party digital marketing agency, pegged that figure at a far lower 111 million in April 2015. Also Read - CBSE Board Exam 2021: Tips to Cope Up With Stress For Children And Parents | Watch Video

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