How to find a good workout on Google+
Google+ has long been known for its “favorites” section, where users can share photos of their favorite workouts.
Today, that section also includes some new content for Google+ and the company has launched a new feature that allows users to add a photo of their workout to their “favors” section.
Google+ users can now add a workout picture as a “favorite” or a “sport” to their activity feeds, and the photo can then be viewed in a new “favorite workout” section for that activity.
Google says it will start rolling out the feature in the coming days, and there are some exciting new features coming up soon.
For example, Google+ will start automatically showing a photo when a user is tagged in a post.
And, the feature will show a profile picture when a photo has been tagged.
You can see all of the new features and options for this feature in a blog post from Google.
“We’ve seen the power of Google+ to help people connect with people and brands they know, and with Google+ as an open platform for collaboration, the photo feature will allow us to expand this experience even more,” says Andy Rubin, senior vice president of product at Google.
The new feature can be used to create a profile for a workout, which can then appear on the profile for that workout.
Users can also tag the photo, which will appear as a custom tag on the activity feed.
For now, the profile photo can be shared from the profile page and the profile link on Google+, but there is a more extensive list of photo types that can be added to Google+ profiles.
Users also have the option to add custom tags to their workout.
For instance, a user can tag a workout with a tag like “golf,” which will be added as a tagged workout.
The photo can also be shared to Google+, where it will appear in a separate photo feed.
Users will also have an option to “hide” photos on the feed.
A user can then re-upload a photo by adding it to their Google+ profile, but Google+ won’t show that photo as a favorite to those who have tagged it in a recent post.
Google has also expanded its workout section by adding additional workout types, including “solo,” “double,” and “triathlon.”
For more, see our review of the Google+ fitness tracker.