How To Get the Single Column Stream Back in Google+

Today, with a ton of other features and changes that Google announced. The Google+ team also announced a new redesign for Google+. It includes a three-column design stream that we've seen on tablets for the past few months. The new redesign is coming later today and rolling out gradually. But I know many of you are not going to like that multi-column view, so here's how to get back to the single-column view on Google+. It's actually quite easy.

Basically, at the top of the page you'll see a toolbar which shows your circles. There is also a More button. Hit that button and at the bottom, you'll see a setting to change it from multi-column to single column. Just hit that and you're all set.

With that being said. How many of you have checked out the new Google+ interface? Is it just me or does it look a bit like Pinterest? Not that is a bad thing, because I think Pinterest's design is quite good, I just don't use Pinterest that much. As we said earlier, all these features for Google+ are rolling out gradually, but you should see the update later today if not sooner. Some of our team members already have it while others don't.

Let us know in the comments down below how you are liking or disliking Google+. And if you haven't already signed up and started using Google+, I suggest you do so. And don't forget to circle us on there as well, we are always there talking with our readers.

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