Google+ added ignore and block features

Google improv­ing their social net­work­ing service(Google+) since its launch. This time they came-up with ignore and block fea­tures to orga­nize the rela­tion­ships.

We want to make sure you can rep­re­sent your real-life rela­tion­ships on Google+ — whether you want to con­nect with some­one or not 🙂 So start­ing today, we’re rolling out a new option to Ignore peo­ple, in addi­tion to the exist­ing (and stronger) option to Block them. ‑Olga Wichrows­ka SWE, Google

Ignor­ing some­one is sim­ply say­ing that you are not inter­est­ed, maybe you don’t know them, or maybe you don’t want to see what they are shar­ing.

When you ignore some­one:
 — you won’t see any of their posts in the Incom­ing stream
 — you won’t get noti­fi­ca­tions about their activ­i­ties
 — you won’t see them on your Cir­cles page

Block­ing some­one is much stronger than Ignor­ing them — it’s sim­ply say­ing you don’t want any­thing to do with them.

Once you opt for block­ing some­one:
 — they are removed from your cir­cles and your extend­ed cir­cles
 — you won’t see any of their new posts in the Stream
 — they won’t see any­thing you share with your cir­cles
 — and they can’t com­ment on your posts