To effectively use the Google +, it is important that you take the time to understand your profile and the main features, in particular the Circle of Google and privacy settings. Another thing I like about Google’s social network, which is a user control over privacy settings.
The first thing you need to do is set up Google + profile and upload an image or avatar. In this section you can determine what parts of your profile is public or private. You can give access to your profile to people in certain circles. Part of the information in your profile, including a short bio, occupation, education, work history, relationship status, gender, etc.
Take the time to understand your privacy settings and configure accordingly. This step is important because it helps determine which updates are divided into friends in your circle. You can determine if your item may be shared by your friends, friends of them, including tagging for photos and video.
Once you understand and manage your privacy settings, it’s time to create and manage Google + Circle. Google + organize your friends in various circles, such as family, friends, classmates, colleagues, acquaintances, etc., you can determine who your updates. Similarly, if you want updates from only certain people to see, you can use the river to the filter update.
Finally, make sure your e-mails the message and change some settings so you are not bothered with many e-mails when people add you to their circle, comment on your posts, your tags to photos, etc. You will not lose any of these updates because you still see when you log on to Google + network.
Circles and managing privacy settings are not too difficult, but initially you may feel a bit confusing. I have a Google + installation guide with step-by-step tutorial videos that you might find useful for preparing your Google + network.