If I go to my Google dashboard I can see the most recent +1 I made (below), but where can I find all the other websites/pages I've +1'ed?

Google+ in my dashboard

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In the new Google+ pages,

You can go back and see posts and comments you've +1ed by checking your Activity Log. You can also remove your +1 using the Activity Log.

To do that, go to Settings and click on the Activity Log link.

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From there, you can see all your +1.

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If you want to see posts you’ve +1’d on Google+, check out your Activity log. If you want to see the things you’ve +1’d outside of Google+, you can visit the +1s tab on your Google+ profile.


  1. Open Google+.
  2. Near the top left corner, click the drop-down arrow enter image description here > Profile.
  3. Under your cover photo, click the +1’s tab.

Android app / Mobile browser / iPhone/iPad app

You can’t see your +1s on a mobile device just yet. Please check out the +1s tab from a computer.


You'll find your full list of +1's in a special tab on your public Google profile.

From here.

So basically, go to your Google+ profile and click on +1's

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    Thank you - those pesky "tabs" that just look like text bug me. Their whole UI is designed as if there are no buttons or click regions. It's just horrible IMO. Sep 1, 2011 at 12:18
  • Any ideas on how to do this for business pages? See what my page has +1'ed?
    – Jayen
    Aug 10, 2014 at 10:58
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    In G+ new page design, the Settings page plus.google.com/settings gives a link to Activity Log plus.google.com/apps/activities that allows you to view all activities like "Posts", "Comments", "+1's on posts", "+1's on comments", "+1's on sites" etc.
    – sabre23t
    May 6, 2016 at 9:33

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