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Google+ now sorts community posts by "most relevant" by default, rather than most recent

You can toggle back to chronological order in each community's settings.

Starting today, whenever you visit a Community, you’ll see the most high quality, relevant posts up top, rather than the just the most recent ones. Of course, if you’d like to switch back to chronological view, it’s easy to do so from the Community Settings / Preferences menu.

We’ll be rolling this out gradually, so please visit your favorite Community and let us know what you think!

See +Danielle Buckley​'s post for details.

 
Never miss another great Community post

Great conversations make for vibrant Communities, and there’s no better conversation starter than an interesting post. But with all the activity lively Communities have, even the most compelling posts can slide out of view before you have a chance to see them. To make sure you never miss out on what’s up, we’re changing the way Community posts are displayed to show you the good stuff first.

Starting today, whenever you visit a Community, you’ll see the most high quality, relevant posts up top, rather than the just the most recent ones. Of course, if you’d like to switch back to chronological view, it’s easy to do so from the Community Settings / Preferences menu.

We’ll be rolling this out gradually, so please visit your favorite Community and let us know what you think!

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+Peggy K +Danielle Buckley
Good news about Google+ Communities,
The Community's Owners and Moderators will be much better to review their Posts Activities, even the members.
Moreover, this new option will achieve Social Media progress.
Thanking your cooperation with anticipation, we remain.
Sincerely yours
+MOHAMAD GHOUL
 
That's absolutely horrible. New posts absolutely must come up top in my "Help" communities. That will break the community if members who want to help aren't informed that they need to change to "Most Recent".
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+Craig Long that's why I'm trying to spread the word. Pass it on!
 
Ugh.  And we can't even go in and change settings in one operation, we gave to wait for it to be rolled out to each community. 
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