Google+ (and the +1 button) require a Google Profile, and Google hasn't activated Profiles for Apps users yet.
Google stated back in March that Profiles were "coming soon" for Apps, but there's still no sign of it.
UPDATE (July 21)
Still no sign of Profiles/Plus for Apps users, but Googlers keep saying it's coming "in the coming months".
John Costigan, ...
Unfortunately the markup for Google+ (and Google Talk by extension) is fairly limited.
-item- for strikethrough
@name or +name to tag someone.
Drag and drop
Add photos, videos, or links to your posts by dragging them directly to the share box. To add a link, drag the icon next to the URL from the address bar to the share box.
I did some experimenting, although I didn't actually delete the photos (since I want to keep them). But I was able to select them all.
I'm using Chrome on Windows 7.
Open "Instant Upload" under your Google+ Photos
Hit the End key. Your browser window will scroll down to the bottom of what's currently displayed. Google+ will load up more photos. Hit End ...
Looks like you're limited to formatting bold, italics and strikethroughs for now.
You've got the following options only at this stage:
*Purple* _Monkey_ -Dishwasher-
The above will render as this:
Purple Monkey Dishwasher
Links added to a stream update will either automatically fetch the image or stick a thumbnail of the page you're linking to in an ...
This has been fixed recently. Go to your Circles, right click on the circle you want to throttle or mute, and select "Show stream from this circle". At the top of the stream you will notice a slider that lets you adjust how much you want to see from that stream, including all and nothing.
You can disable the notifications on your phone (at least on Android) but you cannot on the website. I found this Google Group post where a Google Community Manager actually replied with:
I can understand where you're coming from and will pass the feature
I usually ignore the notifications and sometimes appreciate the
The Circles feature works one-way, meaning that their members can't see if they are part of a Circle or not.
But Circles are one-way, or asymmetric. Everyone sets up their own Circles and nobody knows whose Circle they are in. Secret Circles would be a more apt description. Zuckerberg seems to be suggesting that they are not really groups because instead ...
If you start your comment off with a + or an @ it starts to autofill the user's name. So if you wanted to respond to me you would do +Jorge or @Jorge and then autocomplete.
The person you are responding to then gets a notification in their Plus toolbar thing:
You can also set the settings to enable notification via mail and Phone (though that can get ...
There isn't a way to change the visibility of existing posts. Once they've been posted they're "out there" and visible to everyone you shared them with in the first place. The only thing you could do is delete it and then repost to the correct circles/people.
For new posts click on the [x] in the "Public" green button and then click on
+ Add circles or ...
From Google's own page:
Who can see your circles
When you place people into circles, or when you share with your
circles, we won't disclose the titles of the circles people are
in. People in circles that you share with may be able to see some of
the others with whom that content was also shared.
There doesn't appear to be a one click option to clone a circle but you can do it by following these steps:
Click on a circle
In the pop up window click the link named View circle in tab
In the top right hand corner select More options > Select All
Everyone who is the circle will be highlighted blue.
You can then drag all of these people in to a new or ...
When you add him in your list, if you only see the mail icon this mean your contact don't have Google+.
By the way if you click on the icon of a contact without an account, it will invite you to share by email or send (eventually) an invite.
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.
From there, you can see all your +1.
If you want to see posts you’ve +1’d on Google+, check out your Activity log. If you ...
I had the same problem as the OP: Google+ had uploaded 800MB of photos on my mobile without prompting me. Here is the solution I've found to delete whole album, which was not available in Google+ interface. Open https://picasaweb.google.com/home, there you'll see the instant upload photo album and the option to delete the whole album.
Google has announced that as of 27 October 2011 Google+ is working with google apps accounts.
Enabling Google+ for Google Apps
We recommend you follow these steps to roll out Google+ to your users:
Review the list of considerations for enabling Google+
It's important to understand how Google+ works, what your users can
do, and what ...
As far as I know it is not possible to share articles in Google Reader to Google Plus.
The only alternative I can suggest is this Chrome Extension which adds the Google+1 button to your toolbar. This enables ...
If you mean you want to use your Google Account to login to sites using OpenID (like the Stack Exchange network) even if you don't have Google+ then you need to use the following URI:
If you are already signed in Google will recognise your account and perform the necessary actions. If you aren't already signed in to ...
As of now, it is impossible to change your Google+ Custom URL. The Google support page says:
Once approved, this URL will be linked to your Google+ page or
Profile, so be sure everything is exactly the way you want it. Once
your URL has been approved, you can't request to change it. When
you're certain, click Confirm.
Change your custom URL
Em space works!
I've finally cracked this indentation issue in Google+. I use em space and Google+ doesn't simply remove/replace it. It stays there.
The only problem is how do you type it out? Its Unicode code is U+2003 but there's not any keyboard shortcut... How I used it is:
Open Character Map.
Change options to display By Unicode Block.
Select General ...
Just announced: You can now manually re-order your Circles.
Announcement on Google+ by a Google Engineer, with video
It's now basically as easy as:
Go to your Circles tab
Drag and drop the circles into whatever order you wish.
Left to right will appear highest to lowest on the sidebar when viewing your stream and wherever else your circles list appears.
After a few months of testing, Google+ pages are available.
You can now create public pages for brands, products, local businesses and more by going to Create a Page.
Although it looks like regular user profiles, but there are differences:
Pages can’t add people to circles until the page is added first or mentioned.
Pages can be made for a ...