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I want to modify/see the list of shared circles/users of my old posts but I can’t find it anywhere.

If you know how, please help.

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You cannot. You can't even see the Circles that were originally used. At best, you can see the people who can see the post by clicking on the "Limited" link. – Al E. May 31 '12 at 14:09

That's intentional. Imagine you shared something privately with me, then i commented on it with something that is not meant to be public, thinking that only you and i can see it, then you change the visibility to public and i'm screwed :D.

If you really want to reuse the old post, then you can reshare it with a different visibility. Reshare doesn't tag along the comments, so that's safe.

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Thank you Phong. How about 'seeing the old shared circles`? In your imagination, how can you know you were screwed after I change the shared circles set since you have no way to know which circles I have shared? – Nam G VU Jun 2 '12 at 14:43

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