Google+ is not dead; Google introduces redesigned Google+ focusing on Community feature
Do you still use Google+? If not, I will recommend you to go and check the new design once. New design? Yes, Google has just confirmed the major design upgrade for its social networking platform. This time, Google is trying to focus on features which people use most on the social network.
New Google+ design looks pretty much good, easy to use and focuses on community features. Design is also recursive across the desktop and mobile devices. It focuses on Communities and Collections front and center.
Google confirms that Communities see average 1.2 million new joins per day. It means communities are still in use on Google+. Collections is another good thing on Google+. Collections and Communities, discovering amazing things is simple: just follow or join whatever happens to pique your interests. While Google pulled Photos from Google+, it wants users to keep using communities as a part of Google+.
Google used to integrate all its services with Google+ to force users to use its social network. But, it created much trouble for it. Now, Google only wants to focus on users who are still using Google+. It wants those users to keep using its social network and suggest other users to try Google+. This strategy is good and will surely help Google+ in getting more trusted users.