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Just by manually deleting every post.


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No you can't see the history of friends invitations but you can limit who can invite his friends , also you can invite just you others


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Right now, Google+ doesn't provide the option to view invite history, so you can't see who invited whom


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You can turn off by following the below steps (i) Click on Google+ and then select home -> settings (ii)There is option called Receive notifications,Where you have to unchecked the icon for various option under that like post,circles. (iii) Once it is done,Now new post or any friends added to the circles wont be notified in the bell.


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Warning: The deprecation period for the Google Apps Profiles Data API is nearly at an end. On April 20, 2015, we will discontinue service for this API. The main difference is the Google Apps Profiles API is getting shut down soon.


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If I have a need to for quick access to multiple Google accounts (work and home, for instance) I'll almost always use a second browser. Usually I'll use Google Chrome for my personal stuff, and Firefox for work. Another way to manage it is to right-click the link and choose "Open link in incognito window". (Chrome, but just about every other browser has an ...


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Ask your colleagues to share links to your so-called primary account. Or log in to a different browser with your secondary account, and manually copy and paste the shared links into a new tab there.


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If you had Google+ backup standard sized photos than that is the resolution stored in the cloud. There is no way to get higher resolution without having the original images.


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Another workaround is to export the group to a CSV file, then import in to Circles. In contacts.google.com, select the contacts group you'd like to have in a Google+ circle Select specific contacts if you don't want to export the whole group Click "More", then "Export..." Choose whether you want to export selected contacts or the whole group (or another ...


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Is the clue in "When I call people with smartphones, they see my old photo on the screen." When you call me, I expect my phone to show me the picture of you from my contacts book, not from your profile. Granted, when I set you up in my contacts the first time, it's possible that the initial values were taken from your Google profile. But after that, ...


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Check the Profile picture under your Gmail 'Contact' page. If the picture seems to be old one then try changing it. Else, try changing it in 'Google+' and check your results. Click on '+you' in the top of your gmail page and change the profile picture. Hope this helps.


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An easy workaround I just used is: In contacts.google.com, select the contacts group you'd like to have in a Google+ circle Select all the contacts by ticking the topmost "select" box Click on the "mail" icon to generate (NOT send) an e-mail to all the selected contacts in the group Place the cursor in the "to:" section of the generated mail Use ctrl+a ...



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