Google Plus, the best competitor of Facebook which is showing tremendous growth than Facebook when it was Launched by Google, and running successfully with 170 million active users (April, 2012). Google Plus has proved itself in the sense of the features and users. It launched on June 28 2011, just before 10months. Google+ is denoted also as G+. I don’t want go every deep into Google+ as it is almost known to everyone. And Wikipedia is there to give you top to bottom of Google+.
Before, going onto how to schedule Posts in Google Plus. I would also like to cover about scheduling your Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn Notes. If you like “Hoot suite” for scheduling posts of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Notes. Then you will probably also like “Do Share” for your Chrome Web Browser. All you need is to download “Do Share” for Google Chrome and then follow the below tutorial.
A brief note on “Do Share”
Now write and share your Google+ posts without going to G+. Awesome and distraction free Rich Text Editor. It does also possess drafting feature and so that you can edit your drafted posts. You could also create a post and schedule the post. Last but not the least an amazing feature that you love is you can share your G+ Albums. You can manage your Google Plus account more effectively using this awesome chrome extension. The created by Rehan and designed by Califa. This plugin on date (May 15th) is used by 1830+ exactly it is 1833.
Attention: This Chrome Extension will access your data on plus.google.com and plusone.google.com
Before onto the tutorial, you all have to do is Install “Do Share” extension for your Google Chrome, add it here
After adding the extension to your Google Chrome, give a hit on the button for the extension. Followed by create a new post.
Fill your message, if you wish to add people then click on “+ Add more people…” so that you can select a particular circle or more circles.
To schedule a post on Google+, after completing the message you all have to hit is “schedule” button and followed by adding the date and the time to the post.
Hope this article has helped you fellow G+ users to schedule your posts. I you wish add me to your circles on G+.