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Finally Google kills off a product no-one wanted in the first place! First genuinely exciting announcement from Google in a LONG time. Good riddance Google+!

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    Old news
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    IMHO, from a technical and usability standpoint, Google+ was a lot better than Facebook. Sadly in these cases, that matters little if you can't drive adoption, and social networks are very "sticky" by their very nature.
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    @AlmondSauce I actually agree with youa. I think it had an edge in some ways, but lack of users in a social network is like a calculator that doesn't support addition or subtraction.
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    @AlmondSauce @nathanasius Bad UX is a way to control how the users use a platform. Facebook is good at that.
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    @electrineer both fb and google are masters of bad UX
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    @Codex404 I think fb still wins the battle
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    @electrineer hmm FB design is better than google. FB is a "where the fuck can I find xxx" mess where google is an "lets fucking throw all elements we need randomly on a page and if something does align it doesnt matter, but if more than two things align we have to randomly throw it on the screen again" kind of mess..

    TL;DR
    Google is a physical pain bad UX
    Facebook is an orderly mess.
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    @Codex404 both Google and fb are weaklings if we compare to LinkedIn. On that platform every action is a risk.
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    This is because it would kill them within a year regarding gdpr+ claims 😐 just a cost cutter
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