See recommended posts on Google+
To help you find great stuff on Google+, you may see recommended or trending posts. We'll show you things we think you'll find interesting, like popular posts, and posts shared by people you may know.
If you're seeing too many posts or want to change what shows up in your stream, you can change your settings at any time.See what's recommended
Open the Google+ app > touch the down arrow near the top right corner > scroll down and touch What's hot .
US English users:
Open Google+ and click the Explore tab at the top. In the Explore Google+ box, click What's hot.
Other language users:
Open Google+ and place your cursor over the Google+ Home menu near the top left corner. Click What's hot .
- Open Google+.
- In the top left corner, touch the menu icon
- From the menu, touch What's hot.
Open the Google+ app . Touch the down arrow at the top center of the screen , then touch What's hot.
- Open the Google+ app > touch the down arrow near the top right corner.
- Scroll down to “What's hot” > touch the gear icon near the upper right corner.
- To change the amount of recommended posts in your stream, touch Amount and select More, Standard, or Fewer.
- If you don't want to see any recommended posts, uncheck the box next to "Show posts" > Save in the top right corner.
- Open Google+ > go to your recommended posts page (instructions in the "See what's recommended" section).
- From your "What's hot" page, click the gear icon.
- Click Amount > select More, Standard, or Fewer.
If you don't want to see any recommended posts, follow the three steps above, then uncheck the box next to "Show posts in the Home stream."Mobile web
You can’t adjust your recommended posts setting on mobile web just yet. Please use the Google+ app or a desktop computer.iPhone/iPad
- Open the Google+ app > touch All in top center.
- Touch What’s hot > Settings.
- To change the amount of posts, touch Amount and select More, Standard, or Fewer.
- If you don't want to see any recommended posts, touch the switch to the right of "Show posts." You’ll know you’ve turned it off when the switch turns white.