Google+ Gets Better Gmail and Contacts Integration

Like so many changes going on in the Twitter and Facebook, how Google+ could left in the dust. In one of its recent statement, Google announced better Gmail and Contacts integration with its emerging social platform, Google+.

The latest changes will enable users to expand their circles, filter emails and contact by circles. Moreover, user can keep their contact information up-to-date in a single centralized location.


Confused? The entire process is very simple – on opening an email from a person on Google+ will give you an opportunity to view recent post he/she has shared with you on the right-hand side of the conversation. However, if the person is not in your circle, you can ad him/her straight from your Gmail. So, you need not to sign in to your Google+ account to add that person.


If you are one of them who wants to have everything well organized, especially your circles, with enhanced integration you can now filter your email messages with respect to your existing circles. In addition to this, a single click will take you to all the emails you have received from a specific circle. You can also opt to view circle names on emails in your inbox rather than their individual names with the help of new features.

The better integration of Gmail and Contacts makes things easier for the users. For instance, user can keep a contact list up-to-date depending on the fact how each and every user updates his/her Google+ profile. The integration opts out the need to manage your contacts manually. Whatever you add in your Google+ profile will be displayed to the people in your Contacts.

The new feature will also allow you to share photos directly from your Gmail account to Google+.

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