Now, Google will not force new users to sign up for Google+

A report has revealed that Google has lifted its requirement that made it compulsory for new Google users to create a Google+ account. A new "No thanks" button will now allow users to skip creating a Google+ account when one signs up for a Gmail , Google Docs, or other Google account.

Now, Google will not force new users to sign up for Google+

Washington: A report has revealed that Google has lifted its requirement that made it compulsory for new Google users to create a Google+ account. A new "No thanks" button will now allow users to skip creating a Google+ account when one signs up for a Gmail , Google Docs, or other Google account.

Google had earlier stopped forcing its Google+ users to use their real names in July and had done away with the "Sign In with Google+" buttons in exchange for a more straightforward "Sign In The Google" button in April.

 

 

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