Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Google+ Begins To Display The Number Of Viewers For Profiles and Pages

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Ever wondered whether you are really active, influencing and popular on Google+? Ever wondered how many times people have watched your posts, content and your profile? If you wish to grab such figures, it's right in-front of you from now on.
Just a few hours ago, Google performed a minor update to its Plus service which now shows the number of viewers on profiles as well as pages. This update will show up from today and counts the number of views on your profile and activity.

The total number of viewers actually is the sum of views on your profile, your posts and your photos since October 2012. Accordingly, you can see the number of views on the profiles or pages of other people.

Furthermore, if you don't want to see and display those embarrassing (perhaps) figures, you can conveniently hide it from your profile or page by going to the G+ Settings (plus.google.com/settings) and Unchecking the box before the "Show how many times your profile and content have been viewed." in the 'Profile' section. 

Android/iOS/Mobile Users: Unfortunately you can't hide the stat-counter from your G+ settings in your devices. Preferably, use a Desktop to hide the number of views.

I hope you all find this helpful. Share it on Facebook with your friends to let them also know about this. Cheers!  
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