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Simran Nanwani (simirani)
Works at Senihome
Lives in Jakarta
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Definitely my favorite shot...after I took the filters off...
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Amazing !
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Love this Show! Forever & Always! :) :) Miss it alot! :)
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Juli A originally shared:
 
“There isn’t a way things should be. There’s just what happens, and what we do.” —Terry Pratchett
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Kate Middleton's Fabulous Fashion
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"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."

+Albert Einstein step into my circle
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Keep Your Head Up! :) :)
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Ahmed Zeeshan originally shared:
 
Circles: Dividing, Nesting and Prioritizing

There have been many articles and posts explaining the use and power of circles but there haven't been any decent and practical examples to demonstrate that. Therefore, inspired by the excellent ideas of +Chris Cho and +Jacqueline Mason, I've reorganized, prioritized and nested my circles. This is to show you the true potential of circles.

First, we need to understand that a Google+ Circle has two main functions, sharing and streaming:

Sharing (output): This is content that you publish. Depending on your real-life relationship with your contacts, the information you share will not be the same for your different social circles. At the same time, your social circles may overlap. This means one person may be a part of two different circles at the same time.

Streaming (input): This is content that your contacts stream to your Google+ homepage. Streaming is different from sharing in the sense that streams depend more on your interests rather than your relationships.

Hence, to achieve more control over your circles, I believe it is necessary to divide them between sharing and streaming.

Since, my sharing circles can overlap, I decided to further nest and prioritize them based on my real-life relationships with the people in my contacts list. On the other hand, my streaming circles are interest based. Hence, they're sub-divided by interests and do not necessarily need nesting.

Now, to achieve all this in Google+ is simple. Here is how I did it:

Sharing Circles
1: Friends
1.1: Close
1.2: College
1.3: High School
1.4: Others

2: Family
2.1: Favorites
2.2: Immediate
2.3: Extended

3: Work
3.1: Department
3.2: Colleagues
3.3: Clients

4: The Internet
4.1: Added Me
4.2: Google+
4.3: Influential
4.4: Who?

Streaming Circles
s: Google+
s: Android
s: Influential
s: Movies
s: Tech Talk


This arrangement now makes my sharing and streaming a lot easier to manage:

- If I want to send out information I will only use the sharing circles. If I want to share with my College and Close friends, but not my High school friends, then I will tag 1.1, 1.2 but not 1.3. If I want to share with all my friends I will just tag 1 because it contains everyone from 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4.

- Similarly, if I want to know what my contacts are saying about Android, I will click on the s: Android streaming circle in my stream. If I want to know what my Family has been upto, I will click on the s: Family circle and so on.

Using this method will give you all more control with how you share and view information on Google+. While other social networking sites have also offered similar subdivision of contacts, they are by no means as easy and simple to use as on Google+.

I have also attached a screenshot to show how the prioritizing and nesting looks on Google+.


Tags for spreading the #plustip: +Natalie Villalobos +Timothy Jordan +Jacqueline Mason +Melissa Daniels +Vic Gundotra +Robert Scoble +Ben Parr +Chris Cho +Chris Cartland +Bradley Horowitz +Yonatan Zunger +Kelly Ellis +Jonathan Lally +Vanessa Schneider +Matt Waddell
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Have her in circles
90 people
WPSITE's profile photo
Poonam Nanwani's profile photo
Lisbet Kvistgaard's profile photo
Jaypreet Rajput's profile photo
Stéphie Guiheneuf's profile photo
Lalit Kumar Arya's profile photo
Chandru Bhojwani's profile photo
Maha A's profile photo
Hector Navarro's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Owner and Founder of a personal online business - www.senihome.co
Skills
Passionate Photographer
Employment
  • Senihome
    Founder and Owner, 2011 - present
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Gender
Female
Story
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*Dont Let the World Take away Your Smile :)*
Introduction
* Capturing moments *

Please Note :  Please do not add me in your circle if we do not know each other! Im sorry but I prefer having people I know in my circle! Thank you!
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Currently
Jakarta
Previously
Indonesia, Jakarta - Singapore - Jakarta