1) Sorting: New to old - old to new and best posts first 2) Bug fix
FAQ: Only public posts are shown, can´t access your private posts with API :) First load will take some time if you have lot´s of posts so be patient. After first load results are cached for 24 hours. Ping to +Jaana Nyström+Ahmed Zeeshan
If you have any problems, just let me know in the comments :)
Google+ people who post the most interesting content and share the most valuable content. Now all their best posts in one page: http://www.googleplussuomi.com/bestofgoogle/ Overload of highly quality ...
Instead of just "Most popular first", could there also be "Most plussed first" and "Most shared first"? "Most popular first" is ruined by the posts that have a lot of comments (which often don't even concern the post).
+Cassidy James please send me message using that email button found in my profile :) Before getting sued by Facebook I need to change timeline to something else .. something like Google+ Blast From The Past! Or any other ideas :D?
+Yonatan Zunger wrote that "I can't say that I'm crazy about the visual design... it looks so old-fashioned, somehow. " so no chance to Google would buy it :)! I could sell them my "Super secret algorithm" , it´s so secret that I cannot remember what it is!
No idea! Limit is first 1000 calls / day and there is a "request more" form in +Google Developers web pages and managed to get it lifted to 10000/day. That seems to be the current max . Or how about +CircleCount , how much you have :)
I really like the timeline, except the sorting doesn't appear to be correct, especially on the most popular and most shared sorts. Also, the plusses count are incorrectly showing 0 plusses for all of my posts.
Just had a look at the timeline again, it is once again improved! Thanks so much for providing this +Jari Huomo , it is an excellent tool - how interesting to be able to find some of the aincient stuff so quickly :)
More info - it looks like something got confused because I re-shared my own article. Took me a while to realize those two threads bear that relationship, because even though I re-shared, I used the new article to wrap one subtopic with a slightly different one.