Get started with Google+

1. Set up your profile

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Google plus

Your Google+ profile consists of information about you (such as your name and job title), posts you’ve made to Google+, and more to help people know who you are and what your interests are.

In most cases, your G Suite domain administrator will have already created a profile for you. If they haven't, you can create your own profile. If you don't have access to Google+ at all, contact your G Suite admin. They may have to turn it on in the Google Admin console first.
 

In this section, you learn how to:

1.1 Create a profile
1.2 Update your profile
1.3 Update your personal information
1.4 Change your settings

1.1 Create a profile

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  1. Go to Google+.
  2. Click Join Google+.
  3. Sign in to your G Suite account. Sign in using your work account (does not end in @gmail.com).
  4. Follow the steps on the Join Google+ page.
Make a profile to join the service

1.2 Update your profile

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  1. From the main menu, click Profile.
  2. Click Edit Profile.
  3. Choose an option:
    • Select the communities you want to show on your profile page.
    • Click Camera Add photos to change your profile or cover photo.
    • Click Information About Google+ to change your personal information.
  4. Click Save.

Change details to display, such as communities and profile pic

1.3 Update your personal information

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  1. From the main menu, click Profile.
  2. Click your profile name, or click About. You can also go to aboutme.google.com.
  3. In the section you want to update, click Edit Edit.

    Note: If the Information About Google+ icon appears in a section, you can’t update that content. Contact your G Suite admin for permission.

  4. Click OK.
Edit profile details, but not organization info

1.4 Change your settings

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Control who can comment on your posts, when to get notifications, and more.

  1. From the main menu, click Settings.
  2. Change any settings.

Changes automatically update and save, unless confirmation is required.

Update general settings
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