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In option 2, the next step after viewing your hundreds of albums is to use the Find feature in your browser to search for the album name that you want.


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You have 2 useful options to search by album name: Type album: "[album name]" Go to https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/ [your user id] /albums - that way you will be able to view all your albums. Notice that you can find by following this video (notice that now Google uses letters, not numbers. So you just need to use "+your-username" instead of the ...


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Yes, you can use Picasa Web Albums without Google+. Currently what happens is that when you try to go to Picasa Web Albums, you are redirected to Google+ Photos, but there you are given an option to go back to Picasa Web Albums: Clicking on the link takes you here. You can directly bookmark this link to directly goto Picasa Web Albums each time.


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I've done in this way: Facebook → IFTTT recipe that triggers on Buffer → Buffer (set to post every 15 minutes) → Google+ It works from Facebook page to Google+ page.


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In the title it is stated that this is optional for channels. As outlined in the first paragraph this is not required. Just something Channels may want to do. Weather you'll be able to keep your accounts separated is in the hands of Google


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I'm not sure if you mean your own videos or other people's Youtube videos. Here's what I've found. Go to https://plus.google.com/settings then scroll down to "Receive notifications" click on "Posts" and then unselect the last option "Shares or comments on your content across the web (for example, your YouTube videos or your blog)" Also you may want to ...


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No, and as Chris mentioned above it is very annoying. Post would be multiplied in your feed, which is bad for your popularity. ... our posts will not share the + counts or shares is ridiculous, since two identical post will have different popularity ranks, one could have 1 like and the other could have 100 and they are exactly the same thing.


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Check this out http://www.trackmyblog.com/2013/11/using-googleplus-and-disqus-comment-system-together.html I used this solution for my own website and it seems to get the job done


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To make a bullet point in a Google+ post: Option+8.


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I am trying a different strategy. Download all my Google+ pics via Google Takeout. This creates a bunch of zip files <=2GB in size. I uncompress them and then look at their size to find the large pictures that were uploaded at full resolution. I then use WinDirStat to visually quickly see which files are taking up space.


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You pretty much can’t. Not at the moment anyway. Your custom URL can’t be changed. It will be preassigned based on things like your name or the name of your linked website. You may also need to add a few letters or numbers to make it unique to you. Source.



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