Google+ Ain’t There No More, What Does That Mean For You
Social Media keeps disappearing. Do you still remember MySpace, Friendster or Peachand? Now, Google+ has become the latest victim of a changing social media landscape As we reported in October, Google is shutting down its social media platform Google+. Google+, which was originally designed to compete with Facebook, had a low usage and engagement. According to Google, 90 percent of Google+ user sessions were less than five seconds. The decision to shut down the platform was made after the internet giant admitted that a major glitch at Google+ may have left the accounts of up to 500,000 users potentially exposed.
What Does That Mean For You
If you were one of the few people who actually used Google+, you will have until April 2nd to download and save photos and videos from your Google+ account. After that date Google will start deleting your content. The company says videos backed up in Google Photos will not be deleted.
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