Google+ News: Update for profiles and pages

In a post on Google were announced just now some news  about profiles and Pages. The news has been released with a post by Sarah McKinley.

Let's see, up close, these innovations to google+.

Cover photo larger

 

Not bad. The cover photo, inserted for some time now on profiles and Pages, has been enlarged and is now closer to that of Facebook. The actual size is equal to 2120 x 1192.
 
Larger photos, to make better use of space, with the user, however, pushed to scroll down to view the information.

Tab for local reviews

tab local review

A new tab has been added and concerns the reviews of local activities that a user has made​​. Has been placed next to those concerning +1, photos and YouTube videos.
 
Each user, according to the announcement, will be able to freely manage the tab, choosing to hide it.

New tab "About"

new tab about for google+

The Google team has provided a new subdivision to the "About" tab containing user information. Separate items - such as "People", "Story" or "Work" - have been added.
 
For each entry in the "About" page have been maintained possibility of sharing with specific users or circles
 
At the moment not all users will see the news, which will be gradually extended to all profiles.
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