Over the weekend, Google released some more tweaks and enhancements to Google Plus. The updates are the second that the site has seen in as many weeks and were outlined once again by Google’s Luke Wroblewski on his Plus account. The changes have all be based on user feedback of the new user experience on the social site which technically is still in beta but open to anyone. The new experience is aimed at bringing communities together on the site, one of the key reasons I was drawn to the services and what keeps me there on a daily basis. In his post, Luke outlines the range of updates that are available on the web, all of which have rolled out now.
+1 comments with one click using the action that appears when you hover over each comment
View precisely when posts were made with the full timestamp on post pages
Provide additional details when reporting abuse on posts. (I recognize this adds an additional click or two but the added information we collect helps us ensure G+ remains a great place to connect around shared interests.)
Along with the description, he also posted an image of the changes which I have linked to after the break below.