And help support the kickstarter if you haven't already! :)
Like everyone else, I organized my contacts in circles. In particular, I like to follow funny posters so I put those in "Following". Then I have some friends that are great friends, but are not great Google+ sharers. Then there are acquaintances that I like, but their stream is not something I am interested in. And then there is my "douchebags" circle, where I add people that look like a douche bag (nothing related to their personality, I must add).
Sadly, Google+ defaults to showing posts from anyone you have ever circled, which made Google+ kind of useless. Reading posts from people that are shaped like a douche bag was not very motivating.
Today I discovered that you can go to one of your streams, like "Acquaintances" and drag the ruler to the left to indicate "do not show any posts from people in this group in my stream":
And problem solved!
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