Bookmarks are available everywhere—from your actual hard-cover textbook to your favorite e-book reading app to your preferred web browser. But don’t you know you can also create bookmarks inside Google+?
That thing said, you may immediately argue that there’s no really such thing in Google+; if you love a post, you simply hit the ‘+1,’ and that’s it. But here’s why I love to share with you this trick. This isn’t really a bookmark feature as you’d expect, but you can create or simulate a bookmarking feature inside this social network.
I learned this wonderful trick from Gizmodo, and I thought it can be very useful for you as well. Take a look at these easy steps and let me know what you think!
- In your Home stream, click the “Home” drop down arrow at the top left side then select “People”.
- Click “Your Circles” tab.
- At the very bottom of your screen, click the “+” to create a new circle
- Add a name to the circle then click create “Empty Circle” button. I’d name mine as “Favorite Posts”.
- Now when you share a post you love, send it to the private “empty circle” you’ve just created instead of public. See screenshot below and see how I send it to “Favorite Posts” instead to the “public”: