Report abuse in public video Hangouts in Google+
If someone in your public video Hangout is behaving in a way that violates the Google+ user content and conduct policy, including sexually explicit behavior, harassment, hate speech, or acts of violence you can report it.
Report abuse during a video Hangout in Google+
- Hover over the person's video thumbnail.
- Click the ignore icon .
- In the window that appears, select Report Abuse.
Report abuse during a video Hangout in Google+ while on your Android device
There are 2 ways to report abuse on your Android device.
- The directions will depend on how many people are participating in your video Hangout:
- Report abuse in a video Hangout with one other person: Touch Menu.
- Report abuse in a video Hangout with more than one other person: Go to the bottom of the screen, and touch the person’s profile photo.
- Touch Ignore.
- Touch the checkbox next to Report Abuse. You can also choose to block the person by touching the checkbox next to Block permanently.
- Then touch OK.
When you select Report Abuse in a public video Hangout, Google will record a portion of the video call to determine whether or not someone in the video call is violating the Google+ user content and conduct policy. If a user is being recorded, we'll display a notification at the top of the video call window. If we find that someone is violating our policies, we will take action.
At this time, it's not possible to report abuse when in a Hangout on a mobile device. However, you can still block the person.