Google News has been experimenting with a new feature that lets you embed your content with your own social network.
This is the second time Google has rolled out this feature to users of its own social networks, following its move to include social sharing buttons in Google+ last year.
As with most Google-powered social features, the feature is aimed at users who don’t want to share content with a wide audience.
“Social sharing buttons are great, but the reality is that there’s a lot of stuff that people need to share that you’re not willing to share, and you’re also not willing or able to share it on your own,” says Matt Schmieder, product manager at Google+ who is leading the effort.
“If we can get enough people to share on our own social, we can bring it all together.”
Users will be able to embed content in their own content and the company will use this information to generate recommendations based on what they’ve shared, Schmierer says.
There are two ways you can embed content with Google+: embedding it in your own content, or embedding the content directly into a social network like Facebook or Twitter.
There is an embed option available in Google News, but it will take some time to load the content and display it.
“This feature will work across all of the Google social networks and will be available in all of them over the coming weeks,” Schmieser says.
Google News is not the first social network to offer this kind of feature.
It launched its own embed feature for Twitter back in 2015, and it’s been used by other sites like Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.
“I’m really excited to see this move to social,” says Adam Todorov, CEO of Emoji, a social media company that has used Google’s social network feature to help developers build custom emoji.
“As with other platforms, we want to make it easier for our users to interact with us in the world of social media.
It makes it much easier to find new friends and to build relationships with people you might otherwise have never met.
Emoji is one of the most popular mobile emoji now and is a really powerful way to make sure that your content can be embedded into the right place.”
It’s not the only social network offering the ability to embed your own personal content.
Google+ allows users to embed videos, photos, and other images directly into their posts, as a way to give their content a sense of permanence.
The feature is currently available only in the US, but will be rolled out in other countries later this year.
You can find out more about embedding your content on Google+ here.