Google recently announced that it is rolling out a significant redesign for its social networking platform Google+, which will allow users to create a more customized experience on the site.
The company said it will introduce a variety of new features to the site in the next few days, from customizing apps and the navigation bar to more flexibility with profile pages and pictures. In addition, the update introduces a new Explore page that posts what’s interesting and trending across the site.
Google also noted that the social network now boasts more than 170 million users since it’s 2011 launch.
Here is a look at the 8 major changes.