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I joined up with Google+ and am finding it's not to my tastes and I don't find it useful.

How the heck do I leave Google Plus?

I cannot find an opt-out link for the life of me. It bothers me that I now have a social network bound to my "Google" identity.

Anyone know how I can leave Google+? Or where I can delete my G+ profile?

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Here is a YouTube video that purports to show the process for leaving Google+. –  Al E. Jul 11 '11 at 17:19
Here are the official instruction's from Google+'s online documentation: - Deleting my Google+ profile –  Flimm Nov 18 '13 at 11:46

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You might be able to go to the Account Management page then scroll down to "My Products" click edit. There might be something along the lines of "Remove Google+"

EDIT: Perhaps you should have done a google search. I just did it and I found this link. Clearly written instructions on how to delete Google+.

Step 1: Click on Settings icon on the top right of the Google Plus screen when you are logged in and click on Google+ Settings

Step 1 - Removing Google+

Step 2: Click on the Account Overview Link in the left pane and the click on the link towards the bottom of this page which says Delete profile and social features – Delete Profile and associated social features

Step 2 - Removing Google+

Step 3: On next screen, select the option which says Delete Google+ Content IMPORTANT. Then click the check box at the bottom of the page which says I understand that deleting the service can’t be undone and data I delete can’t be restored.. Then click the button which says Remove Selected Services. This is it.

Step 3 - Removing google+

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