Google+ on Wednesday rolled out a new photo handling platform that makes it easier for Google+ users to share photos. Google added a new album organizer where photos can be sorted, reordered, moved and deleted.
To access the organizer users click on a top level icon above the photos section. Once inside the organize mode photos can be arranged in ascending or descending upload date. User then selected photos, drag them and drop them in new positions. When multiple images are selected they can be easily pulled into different albums or deleted in bulk.
The new photo management system is available for all web browsers while iOS and Android users have a different system that does not offer the same type of photo management.
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