Google is rolling out new access control controls to its news feed for Google+ members, including a new option to restrict search results to users who have signed up for the service.
This feature will be rolling out globally to all users, Google told TechCrunch.
Users who sign up for Google+, which is the service of choice for many of Google’s millions of users, will have the option to set up a new profile.
The new profile, called a “google.com/profile,” will allow Google to block search results for users with the same name or email address who are not members of Google+.
Google’s new feature lets users choose to only show search results from their own Google+ profile, rather than having to go through Google’s usual search and show results from other users.
“Google is also expanding the scope of search results and search terms to include users with Google+ profiles,” Google wrote.
This will make it easier for users to find information about specific topics, such as sports, but it will also allow Google+ users to restrict their search to users that they know personally, or those who they have a personal relationship with.
The feature will roll out globally.
For example, a user with the Google+ Profile will be able to restrict searches to users from their Google+ address, and the user will have to add Google+ to their profile to allow the feature to work.
Users will be notified when this feature is rolling into Google+ for the first time, but the feature is not expected to be rolled out to Google+ accounts in the United States until the summer.
Google says this feature will allow the company to better target search queries for users who may have been searching for information on topics related to the company.
Google+ allows users to create groups of their own, and Google is now making this easier to do with the new profile feature.
Users can also create new groups, which will be visible to others within the group, and can be set to show search matches for search terms that they have used.
Users with Google+.
will also be able control their search results by clicking on the “Edit” button at the top of the search results page, and will be allowed to set a filter to exclude search terms from the results.
Google is rolling this out globally, and there are plans to roll out this feature to other Google+ services, including YouTube, YouTube Play, Google+ Hangouts, and Hangouts.
Google has previously rolled out its new feature to all Google+ sites.
For more information about Google+ and Google+, check out the company’s blog.