Hacker News article The new Google+ media portal is getting more sophisticated, as the company has added some new features and a more streamlined experience to the already-popular social network.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the new media hub has a new navigation bar and a sidebar with more detailed content than the older one.
This new feature is similar to what Facebook did with its own new Facebook Live video feed, which allows you to embed videos into posts and post them on a new page.
It’s possible to see more posts directly from the new video feed by pressing the “more” button at the bottom of the page.
You can also now choose a video that is currently playing and choose whether you want to add the video to your own timeline or just share it with friends.
You’ll also notice that the Google+ Live video is now in English and it can now be shared via Twitter.
Google+ has been a popular choice for people looking for news and updates on their favorite social network since it was launched in March 2015.
Its popularity grew exponentially over the next few months, with the company posting more than 1 billion news articles in the first 24 hours after it was announced, and it had nearly 50 million active users at the time.