The most problematic lingering issues for me are:
(1) The fact that text from an original post is not prominently visible (or easily accessible) in the stream as part of a reshare. This causes important context to be hidden and consequently makes many reshares meaningless or confusing.
(2) The fact that there's no easy way to load new posts or even know when new posts are available. I get that you can click the Google+ logo at the top to refresh the page, but I don't want to just arbitrarily do that every x minutes to see if anything fresh shows up. And even when I do click that logo, instead of new posts simply appearing on the page in a way that clearly indicates they're new, the whole content area blanks out and then repopulates -- which is confusing enough -- and much of the time, the same posts that were present before then just reappear in a somewhat shuffled order, which is even more disorienting.
There are other niggling issues -- like the fact that the seemingly top-level command for +1'ing a comment is now hidden in an overflow menu, the fact that adding an image to a post is far more complicated and cumbersome than it used to be, or the fact that the "read more" indicator for a truncated post is oddly inconsistent (sometimes an almost unnoticeable tiny black ellipsis at the start of a new line, other times a giant blue ellipsis at the end of a line of text -- the latter of which sometimes also appears when a post isn't actually truncated) -- but I feel like I could live with those quirks, even if they do make the overall user experience less intuitive and pleasant.
The two items above, though, are simply intolerable for me and keep me clicking back to G+ Classic every time I use the new UI for more than a couple of minutes.
Every time I do that, I can't help but think about something said shortly after the new UI debuted: "Sure, yeah, it's very light. But that's sort of like saying Android gets better battery if you put it into airplane mode."
In all fairness, this work in progress does appear to be evolving fairly quickly. I'm choosing to remain optimistic and hope these things will be addressed and that the new UI will become more usable before any mandatory rollout takes place.
It pretty much has to, right?
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