Google+ Redesign Poll : Do You Like the New Layout and the Design?
Google has rolled out a all new layout and design of Google+ hashtagged as #newgoogleplus. Do you love the new design? Please take this simple poll / survey and also share your thoughts through the comment section.
Google+ redesign poll/survey
There’s stuff I don’t like about it – the big one being the waste of more than a third of my screen – but now that I’m getting over the shock, I like it. I particularly like that they seem to have fixed the %^@#%$@#!$#@ jumping window problem! :^)
I like the new design but with a few grains of salt:
1) There is yet, no way to adjust the whitespace issue within G+ itself.
solution- A settings panel similar to Gmail, which allows display density ‘comfortable, cozy, compact’
addition- Allow the optional configuration of an additional panel to fill the whitespace.
2) Only two circles of my choice receive a button which is placed between ‘all’ and ‘more’.
solution- Possibly related to above, and configure to allow as many/few like sidebar does.
3) The twitter-esque hashtag system is a natural progression and I think a nice addition.
question- Is this going to further integrate with Twitter (as an option) and how?
the gray on white causes HEADACHES
if I can’t find a way to change will have to leave
do not like the black boarder around the posted pictures
I do not like at all the direction Google is taking with UI, been visualy impaire, everything now is so faded, fonts, icons, make finding something on a page more and more a hardship, even giving me a headache, VERY DISAPOINTED with you Google.
I like it, but I sure hope they do something about that huge white space.
Starting to look like F***book!!!!
Awful on a widescreen monitor and I do not want a significant portion of my screen taken with crap about hangouts and chat.
Give us some customisation of what we see please.
Nice clean layout, but certain functional improvements are in order:
— _Better Circle management_, including the capability to find those have circled the user but haven’t been circled back (without scrolling through the entire list of circlers).
— _Better (and easier) customization_ of the header graphics without as much guess work.
— _Stronger integration_ with other Google products. This is an ongoing effort, of course, but even more important as +Google+ grows.