10 Things You Didn't Know Were Possible on Google+

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By now, it's obvious that Google+ is growing like crazy. It recently surpassed 10 million users according to some reports.

And those users, as they continue to play around and learn the ins and outs, are proving to be pretty dedicated to the brand new social network. In fact, some Google+ fans were dedicated enough to start a crowdsourced guide to everything you need to know about Google+.

We dug through the guide and pulled the best tips and tricks on Google+. (And then added a few of our own.)

If you have tips of your own, be sure to add them to the guide and help everyone out.

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