After years of trying to find your way into social networks (remember Google Buzz?), Go Google throws in Towel and will close the consumer version of Google+ in April.
Google admits that acceptance was weak; "90 percent of Google+ user sessions last less than five seconds," a VP said last year. However, the impetus for this year's shutdown was a security breach that exposed the private data of thousands of Google+ users. Initially, Google wanted to close Google+ in August 2019, but when another violation was discovered, was postponed until April 2 .
As a result, Google+ users have been busy now they have less than two months to save their data before the platform goes dark for consumers. If you want to keep your Google+ posts, comments, and media, follow these steps.