Feb 12, 2013

Google renames Circles icon on Google+ to ‘Find people’, lists who you talk to in Gmail and its other products
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Google +

Google on Monday rolled out a very subtle but significant change to its Google+ service. The Circles icon has been renamed to “Find people.”

Does this mean Google is getting rid of Circles on Google+? No, it simply means the company realized that new users have no idea what Circles are and therefore aren’t going to click on the icon when they’re looking around the interface to figure out where to go to add their friends and colleagues. Google finally woke up and smelled the coffee: most Facebook and Twitters users have no idea what circles are.

Here’s what the new feature looks like:

via Google renames Circles icon on Google+ to ‘Find people’, lists who you talk to in Gmail and its other products – The Next Web.

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