11
Jul
2011

How to Edit / Delete a post on Google Plus

Posted in: Google, Web 10 Comments

On Google plus you can edit / delete a post very easily. This is very useful because most of us often do typo.

Use the drop-down menu (small arrow icon in the top right corner of the post) to edit or delete it. Don’t want people to leave comments or reshare it with others? You can turn that off there too.

Below image will help you find easily.

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10 Responses to How to Edit / Delete a post on Google Plus

  1. abcd says:

    hi..what if i want to remove a post which is a link to my picasa albums.if i remove the post ..does that mean google removes my album from picasa too?..as i really never asked google+ share it with frnds.i just send the link to one of my email contacts frm my picasa page and its showed up in my google+ wall and ppl startied +1 it..ppl who i never intended to share the album with ..and still in my picasa album settings i can see that the album is shared only with a single contact which i selected . is this a bug or are they care nothing bout the privacy of ppl who signed up for google+

  2. Mark says:

    Hi, is there any way to change who a post is shared with after it has been posted? If I make a post public,can I then change it to only a certain circle.

  3. Oli Wal says:

    Being able to edit a previous post should only be possible before anyone +1s or comments on it. Otherwise the original post might not the one that was +1d or commented on!

    So… Who likes kittens?
    +1
    > I do!

    Can be changed to…
    Who likes eating dog poo?
    But retains the +1 and comment!

    Great for a giggle though!

  4. meh says:

    Is there any way that a post title can be edited? Every time I paste an URL g+ fetches the link title twice, I get something like “Somewebsite titleSomewebsite title”. Very annoying

    • Admin says:

      Currently there is no such option. Infact you can also not edit link description. You can only hide / show link description.
      But such feature must be available.

    • Melissa says:

      I keep getting the double title too! It’s VERY annoying. This whole Google+ is still very new to me and I haven’t been able to find out how to fix it either.

  5. morad says:

    how can i delete a post on google

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