By Matt Haggis | June 23, 2018 09:56:25I like to think of myself as a kind of geek, an early adopter, and I can certainly appreciate the benefits of an online ecosystem like Google+.
When you get into a new technology, you’re not sure if it’s going to be a good fit for you, and you can’t afford to wait for a lot of stuff to become available.
But there are some things you don’t know until you’ve tried them out.
The beauty of a marketplace like Google+ is that you don-t need to wait to get your hands on a product, because you can buy it on a whim.
I have been a Google+ user since January 2018.
As I explained in a previous article, I was excited to get into Google+ for the first time, because I felt like I could make friends and make friends quickly with people who were already there.
Google+ has become a hub of socializing, and the network is now one of the most-used sites on the internet.
As a matter of fact, it’s so popular that it’s surpassed the likes of Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest as the most visited website on the planet.
But what I didn’t know was that, in a sense, I would be making a mistake.
When I joined Google+ in June of 2017, it was a pretty simple setup.
I’d set up an account, and a few of my friends were already on the platform.
I could sign up for a new account, join a group, and start chatting with others.
And then I’d get the first notification that my new Google+ account was registered.
I signed up for the Google+ mobile app, and it had a nice “create a profile” button.
This is the button that greets me when I log in to Google+ on my smartphone, and in the app it has the option to add a new profile picture.
So I clicked it.
My profile picture looked like this:And then the app opened up.
It had a lot going on, and there were several profiles to choose from.
I chose the profile I liked the most, and my friend was ready to chat with me.
The first thing that happened was I was greeted with a notification that I was registered as a new member.
I didn-t have a Google account.
But I could get my friend’s Google+ profile and I could see their friends’ profiles, and if they were active on Google+, then that was enough for me to create a new Google profile.
The next thing I noticed was that the Google profile screen on my phone was filled with Google+ icons.
And there were two Google+ profiles.
And one was for me.
I clicked on it and it opened up with the profile for me in the profile field.
I liked it.
And then I clicked the “like” button on the top of the profile picture, and that’s when I noticed a little green dot that said “follow me.”
I followed my friend.
I clicked the green dot, and then I got a notification telling me that I had “followed” him.
That was pretty cool, but it didn’t take long to figure out what was going on.
When you’re a new user to a platform, it can be really confusing.
And it’s even more confusing when you don and can’t use the same Google+ accounts.
If you’re an existing user and don’t want to join the new Google account, you can sign out and you’ll be redirected to a page that asks you to “sign in.”
If you don’t want to sign out, you don”t have to.
This happens even when you’re in the “active” profile, which means you have a “like,” and that green dot in the top right of the Google+.
You can’t just click the green “follow” button and immediately get redirected to your new profile.
You can also choose to “opt out” of Google+ and sign in to your old Google account on the old account, which is why you have to use a different account if you want to use Google+.
The old account also has its own Google+ page, so you have all the old Google+ stuff in one place.
But I’m not a user of that account, so I didn’-t want that.
But as a long-time Google+ member, I knew that I couldn’t leave my old account and go on the new account without changing my profile.
So when I joined the new one, I clicked “opt-out.”
It took me a few seconds to figure this out.
But by default, when you sign in with your Google account you are prompted to choose an account from which you want your Google+ credentials.
And as a matter from default, that account is my old Google+.
But the default profile was my old one.
So when I clicked that green “opt” button, I got an