FourFourSeconds ago, the Google+ community bridges program was revealed, but we were still not sure how the community would work and how to interact with it.
The community bridges are the latest step by Google to allow you to get closer to your friends and family by sharing pictures, videos, and other things with them on Google+.
Today, we’re excited to announce that the community bridges will be available for all users in the Google+, Google+ Hangouts and Google+ Communities communities, starting today.
The new bridges feature allows you to easily connect with your closest Google+ friends, and you can share your favorite photos, videos and other content with them.
The only thing you have to do to get started is tap the “connect” button in the bottom left corner of the Google Plus Community Bridge and you’ll see the “share” option at the bottom of the list of shared items.
To start a new “connect,” tap the new “share button” at the top right corner of your Google Plus community bridge, and the new screen will appear.
From here, you can tap “share all” to share all of your friends’ photos and videos with them, as well as add your own photos, and they’ll appear at the very bottom of your list of friends’ shared items as well.
The first set of bridges will launch today, and there will be more coming in the coming weeks.
The first bridge will be set up in Google+ hangouts, which will be a great place to start.
The second bridge will also be available today in Google+, and Google+, communities in general.
We’ll be sharing more about the community bridge in the weeks to come.
For now, you’ll be able to share photos and video with your Google+ Friends and your Google+, Community Browsers by using the new shared items in the “photos” and “videos” lists, and sharing the shared items on your friends list.
Once you’ve shared your shared items, you won’t be able share them again until the next time you log into Google+.
The only limitation is that you’ll have to add new shared content to the list for it to appear in the list.
We’re also working to make sure that the new bridges also work across the Google Home, Android phones, and smart TVs.
There’s a Google+ Community Guide to help you learn how to connect with other people in the communities you frequent.
We’re also testing the new community bridges in the Chrome browser.