G+me: collapse the Google+ stream into a real-time dashboard

For a list of v5 features, check out version 5, which has a new look.

G+me is a Google Chrome browser extension that enhances the Google+ web app to make it much easier to process a large stream of incoming posts and comments and to unlock the potential of Google+’s real-time updates.

Screenshots

Screenshots of features of G+me

Screenshots of features of G+me

Features

  • Notification status visible at all times. You no longer have to scroll the page to the top and you don’t have to keep going back to the browser tab with Google+. You will always know when you get new notifications because the browser button is always visible with a badge.
  • Collapsible comments. Thanks to a side bar always within view, it’s quick and easy to hide hundreds of comments from anywhere in the discussion.
  • Collapsible posts. You can hide and unhide a post without muting it. This is great if you’re not really interested in seeing a post and all its comments right now, but you still want to get back to it at a later time. The downside of muting a post is that you will never see it again and you stop getting any notifications of responses to any comments you may have made on that post.
  • Mark comments as read. Collapsing posts/comments automatically keeps track of the comments you’ve seen; the extension remembers.
  • Real-time comment count on collapsed items. Whether you like to collapse comments or posts, you won’t miss any incoming comments. The extension shows you the total number of seen or unseen comments, updated live.
  • List-mode option keeps at most one post displayed. Combined with real-time comments, this turns the stream into a dashboard: in one screenful you can see activity on many posts at once and jump back and forth between multiple active comment streams. This will greatly benefit those who follow popular people who post a lot and/or get a lot of comments.
  • Mouse-over instant preview. In list mode, hover the mouse over a collapsed post to get a preview of the content at the side. The preview is fully functional.
  • Keyboard shortcuts:
    o : expand/collapse the selected post
    c : expand/collapse the comments of the selected post
    shift-c : expand the comments of the selected post or get "More" or "Older" comments (Press 1, 2, or 3 times); also expand truncated comments (when they say "Expand this comment »")
    u / i or shift-down / shift-up : expand the next item while collapsing the previous one (like j/k in Google Reader)
    n / p : just navigate down or up
    shift-i / shift-u : mark post as read / unread
    m / shift-m : mute/unmute the selected post (shift-m navigates up). WARNING: If another extension already uses the 'm' shortcut, you must disable the option or the extension; e.g. Replies and More provides an option to disable their 'm' shortcut.
    shift-o : expand/collapse truncated posts (when they say "Expand this post »")
    v: opens links in post body
    

Get the Goods

Install from the Chrome Web Store.

Follow me on Google+ and Twitter.

Give feedback in discussion on Google+.

Source code at GitHub.

FAQ

What about privacy, especially my "browsing history"?

You're safe. Read my comments about privacy.

The mouse-over preview doesn’t work

Right now, that’s only enabled in “list mode”.

How do I change to “list mode”?

Click on the green browser icon. (I will make this easier to access in a future release.)

This extension slows down Google+

This is most likely because of incompatibility with other extensions. Try disabling all other Google+ extensions. Let me know which extensions seem to interact badly with G+me.

This extension conflicts with other extension X

This extension is incompatible with +Comment Toggle. It is compatible with SGPlus (careful with performance issues), Surplus, Replies and more (you must turn off the ‘m’ key shortcut from its options), Extended Share, G+ Ultimate (except for "side-by-side view" & "status scrollbars"), Usability Boost, G+ Tweaks (except for "Fixed Navigation: All Navigation"), Share+ Social Buttons, Helper (except for notifications), Google Plus Reply+, Plus Minus, Adhik, Fav+.

Will this be ported to Firefox or other browsers?

Once I’ve implemented other features, I plan to port to Firefox. But this could take a couple of weeks. Other browsers are not in the plans.

  • Tom Tucker

    I have no technical comment. However, this has made Google+ far more usable to me. Kudos, if I may use a term that should be deprecated (if I may use a term which should be deprecated).

  • Chris Yoder

    Is there a way to open a post from the keyboard?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I had a ‘o’ keybinding, but I disabled it due to a couple of bugs.
    Right now, the ‘j’ and ‘k’ keybindings don’t work well with this extension (G+ doesn’t expect such “short” posts).
    I intend to fix this because I’m a keyboard guy, but this is going to take some serious reverse engineering to see what G+ is doing.

  • Paul van Oss

    That means that in the near future I can use something like J and K like in Google reader?
    Where the posts automatically open and close and that the post is marked as read (Google+ mute)?

    That would be fantastic!

    It is really nice and I could eleminate 2 other extensions.
    Thanks.

  • Stb Hrnndz

    There should seriously be a way for you to collapse it from below instead on going to the top of each post for, when you have it Extended, it becomes annoying having to scroll up to collapse it after reading around 100+ comments, a tiny little button to do it from below would just do, any idea if possible?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    yeah, I’m on it

  • http://profiles.google.com/lordtyris Tom Graham

    I’d really like to see some compatibility with the j/k hotkeys (as per your post below).
    I’d also like the opportunity to disable the plugin (or use different modes) for the different pages. Eg: I might want my sparks using the default G+ method, and my stream using list mode.
    Awesome extension otherwise =)

  • Stb Hrnndz

    Just to spot a bug happening, everytime I disable or enable, or uninstall or install another extension, this seem to crash, giving me this.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    The disabling I can understand: my stylesheet is being disabled. As for installing/uninstalling another extension, I’m not sure. What other extensions? Any or some specific Google+ ones?

  • Agent Benjamin Janssen

    Just open one below it and close that, same result ^^

  • http://twitter.com/360kmh Alain Lesage

    It does not work fo me. Could it be because I use Google Chrome 8?
    I disactivated all other extensions and restarted Chrome and it still does not do anything.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    That’s possible. I figured it wasn’t worth testing on old version of Chrome. Chrome automatically updates by default so everyone should be on the default 12.
    (I’m on 14, the developer version–so you’re way behind).
    Can I ask you why you stick to Chrome 8?

  • Tanya Deus

    Can someone make this for Firefox?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It’s on the TODO list…

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  • Bob Kramer

    Was having trouble viewing some comments and G+ was a bit sluggish. Disabled G+Me and problems went away. Coincidence?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Could be G+Me. But the next release within a day will have a lot of optimizations. Any problems should go away.

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Excellent tool. Is there a keyboard shortcut for the collapse post feature. Would like to just “click, click, click…” though my stream and close each of the items with a key… I don’t see it… is there something?

    Cheer!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Not yet, but I’m planning on it.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Not yet, but I’m planning on it.

  • http://twitter.com/pcabrera Jolly Good

    Excellent addition to G+

  • http://twitter.com/pcabrera Jolly Good

    Excellent addition to G+

  • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

    My followers thank you. :)

  • Bperryman

    outstanding….efficient.

  • Robert Francis

    Is there a way to collapse comments by default? Or just show 1 comment similar to what you’re doing with the posts themselves?

  • S1702d

    hmm. to test it i need a google invite –s1702d@gmail.com

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m working on default collapsed states…

  • http://twitter.com/Xcentricmedia Steven Blatt

    Good Job!

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Thinking about this product more… It seems to me that the keyboard shortcuts will be key. It is obviously a power user product. Power user means keyboard shortcuts. Start to think immediately about keyboard shortcuts rather than build the product and go back and add them. Also, don’t get “too cute”. I mean, make shortcuts for the most basic thing. “collapse posts” before you make them for crazy esoteric things like “showing new comments only, etc…” But I am loving the idea so far. Just like plusfeed app it will become beautiful when you make one addition. Yesterday, he changed the way titles are displayed when items are added to google reader, that make the RSS perfect! you need a keyboard shortcut to collapse a post, and then I think you will see this extension go virul. I will certainly recommend it to others when that feature exists.

    Cheers! richgriese.net

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    actually, if you created a “collapse all” that might work for now. Then… people could j,j,j,j,j down to where they start to see their last collapsed stuff (ie, where they have read up to). THEN, hit command up arrow to return to the very top, hit (COLLAPSE ALL) (which would collapse all the threads in that stream, ie like a MARK ALL READ) and be done till their next visit.

    Cheers!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Dayhoff/807089011 Brian Dayhoff

    This is brilliant. Now make it work in firefox.

  • Chris Bailey

    How is that even possible? Chrome auto-updates.

  • Anonymous

    Quick question before I install. Why does it need to be able to access my browing history?

  • http://www.ferreemoney.com/ Neil Ferree

    perfect H1 tag “weekend coder” excellent chrome app too I might add!

  • http://www.yoinsider.com/ M.Y.JAYA

    Amazing extension. I have a suggestions about it: In the list view, I’d love to have the “mobile” or “public” represented as an icon followed by the time before the name of the person. this will make the posts align better and the stream look more organized. Thanks!

  • PLANET ASIAN GROUP

    I hope the make this also for Firefox
    Chrome have to much Crash / Snap

  • Socialjulio

    I LOVE the extension! https://plus.google.com/106914186897370535526/posts/Gjy1ARKNgxa

    Feature request: a setting to automatically collapse all new messages. As a user who follows a bunch of people, having all of me messages collapsed still lets me see the photo of the person, the name, the headline and the number of messages.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It doesn’t access the browsing history.

    The help page http://www.google.com/support/chrome_webstore/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=186213&rd=1 says “This item could look at your browsing history. This warning is often a by-product of an item needing to open new tabs or windows”.
    The emphasis is on *could*. It doesn’t mean that the apps do it. In fact, my extension just needs to interact with tabs, i.e. merely needs to run this function: http://code.google.com/chrome/extensions/tabs.html#method-sendRequest
    This function is required for one part of the extension that runs in the background to communicate with the parts of the extension that are running on the Google Plus page. This requires the “tabs” permission, which is shown on the install page as “can access your browsing history”. It’s unfortunate that Google didn’t separate the permissions for interacting with tabs and getting browsing story, thus scaring people off like that but you have nothing to fear.

    All you have to do to make sure that nothing bad is happening is to look at the source code: either on your computer http://saravananthirumuruganathan.wordpress.com/2010/05/01/how-to-read-the-source-code-of-chrome-and-firefox-extensions/ or on https://github.com/huyz/google-plus-me

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    That’s a good idea.
    I have to note that the time length often changes; for example, sometimes the time is “Yest(erday) 11:53pm)”. So we wouldnt’ be able to have line-up all the time. As for “mobile”, that would work.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Have you tried “list mode” yet?

  • Raoul Moreno

    What if the collapse-bar was invisible… but visible on mouse-over (Or if that was an option). This other extension works pretty well together with G+me: “Usability Boost for Google Plus”.

  • Robert

    Move-over (hover) preview doesn’t seem to be working for me – 13.0.782.99 beta-m

    Any ideas?

    Thx

  • Robert

    Oops – that should have been “mouse-over”…

  • http://gakuranman.com Gakuranman

    This is marvellous. I’ve been wanting this from day one, and it has finally been delivered. So happy!

  • Abhigyan Banerjee

    I’ve been waiting for such functionality to come in since ages. Great job getting it all to work in such painless fashion. Props to you.

  • Shayan Ostadhassan

    Thanks for your great extension.
    I have a feature request. Could you please add a shortcut button in collapsed post view for “Mute” functionality? and also a keyboard shortcut would be nice.
    Again, Thanks :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Kawasaki/511888725 Guy Kawasaki

    In the collapsed mode, I don’t see the number of unread comments in red. There’s the gear thing, but it never changes to a red number. Any ideas?

    Thanks for a cool extension!

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  • Matthew Sunday

    Currently unable to save my setting to view in list mode… is there a way around this? No other G+ extensions besides a +1 that I can’t imagine interfering with this. I previously had the comment collapse extension, but I removed that before installing.

  • Paolo

    it doesn’t work with my Google Chrome 12… :-(

  • Bryan Kieft

    I just installed it, and I like how it works, but I can’t seem to get the settings to save. So I can’t turn on expand or list mode. . or collapse by key word.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It’s temporarily disabled for expanded mode. You have to be in list mode to see mouse-over previews. Most people who use expanded mode dont’ like the previews because they’ve already seen the post.

  • http://www.altepper.com Al Tepper

    Is there a way to make everything default collapsed instead of having to collapse as you go?

  • Matt Keeble

    Very nice features. What we’ve been waiting for on G+

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yes, I’ve seen that a few times before. I can easily fix it by hardcoding coordinates into the CSS sprites, but I was trying to be flexible in case G+ changed up. I think enough people have this problem that I will just hardcode the coords and hope G+ doesn’t change anytime soon.

  • http://twitter.com/lilstweeting Lils

    There is a “list” mode that collapse all your posts with maximum 1 post open. :) Hope that helps

  • http://www.altepper.com Al Tepper

    How does one find the LIST mode on button? ;)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Sorry, I made a mistake and pushed my development version. Should be fixed in 3.3 that’s already out there.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Not at all?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Sorry, I made a mistake and pushed my development version. Should be fixed in 3.3 that’s already out there. Keywords are a work in progress (version 4).

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yes it’s list mode. Unfortunately 3.2 was broken and didn’t let you save.
    The current 3.3 should fix that.

  • http://www.altepper.com Al Tepper

    Uninstalled 3.3, reinstalled 3.4 – List mode option. BLISS! Thank you :)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    3.4 should fix it for you. Thanks for the bug report and let me know if that doesn’t work for you.

  • Susanne Ramharter

    this is great! makes Google+ so much more usable, thanks!

    btw: do you know if there will be something similar on tha android version?

    (greedy, aren’t I ;-)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Wow, you are aiming high :) I’m not even sure if mobile browsers support extensions yet, do they? I think Google needs to implement collapsing for all of us, which I’m sure they will

  • Thomas Olsen

    You’re right. I may have noticed it earlier but forgotten again.

  • http://twitter.com/JasonMAtwood Jason Atwood

    Another nice Google Chrome Extension.

  • Chip Christian

    Very cool. Would like it if I could use keyboard shortcuts (j, k) to open the next/previous post.

  • http://www.yoinsider.com/ M.Y.JAYA

    Maybe a little time icon next to it that once you hover on top of it would show the time? this way there will be more room for the content in the one line when list mode is enabled which i’m addicted to already! Thank you again for such an amazing idea!

  • http://twitter.com/Schneppi Sascha

    Same here

  • Jocke

    Very well done! Thank you!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=832021504 Caroline S. Wagner

    Tryng to get this for my mac – sez I need chrome, which I have, but still cannot download it. Ideas?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Kawasaki/511888725 Guy Kawasaki

    Was running 3.4. Still no red numbers.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Crazy, out of 6000 users, 3 people reported this problem. My fix worked for 2. And you of all people are the last one.
    Ok, I can hardcode it even more. Be right back.

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  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Checking just in case: did you refresh the page after you updated to 3.4?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I pushed 3.5 for you. Please let me know if that fixes it. (Hard to test without your setup)

  • http://businessmindhacks.com AlexSchleber

    You are exactly right. This blows everything else so far away, with the exception of “Replies & more”, which is also indispensable.

  • Debbie Schinker

    Love it!…until I tried to integrate my FB stream. Each time I come back to the main G+ screen, everything is open. When I reset the app to default and reselect “collapse everything” the FB posts are there but completely blank (in condensed view). Hope this makes sense. If not, email me at dschinker dot gmail dot com & I’ll send screenshots.

    I’m not sold on consolidating streams to this platform yet, but close, so getting this functionality operable would be a real plus!

    I’d also love a way to mark all comments as viewed for those times when I just need to start fresh.

    Thanks for the awesome programming! (-:

  • http://profiles.google.com/veritasnoctis Geoffrey Allan Plauché

    This is great. I’d like to have the option to have comments collapsed by default as well.

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    For the love of Zeus and the other gods… make a keyboard shortcut to collapse a post! Do it now! Don’t take time to make coffee, or take a dump! Make it now! :)

    Cheers! richgriese.net

  • Art Hollingsworth

    If you could make this work with the Usability Boost for Google Plus extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dkcppcocablbakkaboahjmljpodddkcp), it would be so full of win.

    Right now, if both extensions are enabled, there are a few UI bugs that don’t make either one unusable, but they just look weird.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Kawasaki/511888725 Guy Kawasaki

    I uninstalled and re-installed. It’s still version 3.4. I think you’re still pushing 3.4.

  • Mister

    you’ll get an invitation on the german website http://g00gleplusinvite.blogspot.com/
    there you’ll find an english FAQ – the website is run by a free community without any commercial interests and guarantied spam free!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Oh, yeah forgot to push that “publish” button.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Click on the browser icon for G+me (the green icon with the + on it that is added when you installed the extension)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    So you’re using Chrome to go to the Chrome Web Store and it says you need Chrome? Are you sure you’re not still using Safari to go to the Web Store?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    What extension are you using? G+me is not compatible with other consolidating extensions (yet).

  • Richito

    I loved it. Congrats.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I can add the ‘o’ but you will still have the j/k problem. Sometimes the ‘j’ jumps forward multiple posts. And sometimes the ‘k’ doesn’t go back up. If you’re ok with these bugs for now, then I can enable the ‘o’

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Seems worth trying. Not sure I understand “exactly” but I get the idea, that there might be keyboard conflicts or smurgeling. It will be interesting to see what happens when a new post appears. If it becomes the active items, then I would just sit on the page and hit “o”… wait for a new item to appear and hit “o”, etc… but in any event. it sounds like you have it done, and are just determining if you should implement it? If you do, let me when when it is active, and I will clear my browser cache and/or do some testing. Just let me know… You are a god!

    Cheers!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I did try to implement on version 1. It’s just that ‘j’/'k’ were bugging the hell out of me. And fixing that is very difficult as Google’s code is obfuscated. You’ll notice soon enough what I mean :). I will put out a beta for you to test and let you know… I’ll also add ‘n’ and ‘p’. I assume you’re using list-mode?

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    well, if you implement this, I will be using “expanded mode” my goal is to come to a fresh page and see my “unread” items as expanded. the click “o” and collapse it, and do that like 10 or 20 times to get a visual block of collapsed posts. Then come back like an hour later, and be able to read new posts, and will notice when I hit the older collapsed posts to know when I am done with new items.

    will play and let you know how it works.

    Cheers!

  • Shawn Frunk

    Great stuff!

  • Anonymous

    Any chance of a Greasemonkey script for Firefox to do the same thing? Great concept please continue.

  • http://marianneh.com Marianne Hartsfield

    No questions, suggestions, or complaints here. Just a thank you! :)

  • http://marianneh.com Marianne Hartsfield

    No questions, suggestions, or complaints here. Just a thank you! :)

  • Adib

    I’ve “Like” this using Disqus, and also Liked it using FB for you. Hope this inspires you to keep up with more improvements!

  • Adib

    I’ve “Like” this using Disqus, and also Liked it using FB for you. Hope this inspires you to keep up with more improvements!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Kawasaki/511888725 Guy Kawasaki
  • Liz Isaacs

    Easy installation. Nice features. Easy to use.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Kawasaki/511888725 Guy Kawasaki

    Can you make it so that when you expand a post, you see all the unread comments? Eg, if you have 8 unread (in red), then when you expand, you see the post plus the last 8 comments.

    Thanks,

    Guy

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  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yes that’s on the list…. But why not a complete extension rather than Greasemonkey?

  • Chad Bobren

    This was easily my favorite extensions, but when I added others that incorporated new buttons to the Share menu, G+Me started crashing. I could no longer see comments below the initial post. Rather I would see blank space, so I disabled G+Me for now. This resolved the blank comment issue.

    The other extensions that do not play nice with G+Me are ‘Helper for Google+’, ‘Share+ Social Buttons for Google Plus’ and ‘Replies and more for Google+’.

    Any plans to update this issue?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m still working on a number of issues. But in the meantime, you can try 3.6 beta at http://huyz.us/gpme-beta/

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Installed it and am paying with it now. Seems to be what I am looking for. I understand exactly your concern with j/k. I notice you also have n/p working in addition to “o” for collapsing.

    Will play with the idea of sitting at the top. hitting o, waiting for the next item to show, hitting k to go up, then o to collapse. I see that once you start doing that j takes you way down. But.. I will test, and will find the procedure that works for what I am trying to do. It already looks like it is working.

    It is kind of a matter of choose alternative. you can either to the k,o,o,o, thing and give up j, or… just j/k.

    thanks for doing this.

    Will report back more.

    Cheers!

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    It is working “perfectly enough”. It accomplishes my goal, navigation and collapsing with keyboard only. It can be a bit tricky with the j/k and o keys and the subsequent positioning of the j stroke, but… you can get around with it fine, and get into a rhythm for 80% of the time, and then get banged out 20%. But… you can always refresh to the stream page, hit j and you are back at the top and ready to rock and roll further.

    I could see where if you could improve the navigation it would be “perfect perfect” but I also see that it is probably hard to read the “next” unclasped, etc… The thing is, for people that want what I was wanting, it is the best solution right now.

    Thank you very much.

    Cheers!

  • Alvin Toh

    same here, preview on collapsed post not working

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    PS – what it works GREAT for is sitting at the top of the stream, and “o”ing the most recent post closed. Then when a new item shows up, you k, read, then o. and wait for the next. Not sure if anyone else wants to read the stream that way, but it is what I wanted.

    Also… if I leave the page after doing that for ten minutes, I can j,j,j,j and catch up on what i missed. Then jump to the top and start the o,k,o,k procedure again.

    For that specific method of reading. It is great.

    Cheers!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    “Replies and more” should work. I use that one.
    Also, “Extended Share” should work. I’ve never heard of Share+. BEtter than Extended Share?
    I’m planning to look at Helper soon…

  • Carey Lening

    Thank you, thank you, thank you. Seriously needed this.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    That’s a good idea. I’ll add that to the list. Note that you will have at least 8 but maybe more because G+ may be showing some older ones; or if I have to automate clicking on “Older comments” to get the 8, then you will get the previous ones before that.
    Hope that’s ok for now….

  • Vanessa Denham

    Downloaded and installed the extension. I love being able to collapse posts, but there are no other options available to me. I can’t see any comments on any posts, mouse over of the unread comments box does not popup a preview, there is no “options” available in the extensions menu to change to different views… Am I missing something? As it stands I’m going to need to uninstall, because comments basically no longer exist in my stream.

  • Kainerweissmann

    not working in chrome under ubuntu, or is it another extension that is stopping this one from work?
    I have installed stylish… any help for using this under ubuntu?

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  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I don’t have ubuntu to try. Are you running Chrome 12+?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Right now, the way to get to options is to click the G+me icon: the green button with the + button. Do you see it?
    To see the mouse-over preview, you have to be in list mode, which is changed in the options.
    As for missing comments, that’s odd. What version of Chrome are you running? Do you have other Google+ extensions running too?

  • Anonymous

    The best G+ extension I’ve seen so far!

  • Louis Shue

    I am using Google Chrome 11.0.696.68 on Linux 64bit. This extension does not seem to have any effect?

  • Louis Shue

    I am using Google Chrome 11.0.696.68 on Linux 64bit. This extension does not seem to have any effect?

  • Thomas Olsen

    I also use ‘Replies and More’ but I have disabled ‘Extra sharing options’. Works well for me.

  • a vichr

    If I am in Dashboard mode I would like to see the most recent post expanded to the right. Like what you get when you hoover over it with the mouse. Right now the “selected” expanded post gets displayed and pushed down. That is a nice functionality too but having the newest incoming posts expanded would be wonderful. Just and idea. Keep up the great work. Thanks. ツav

  • a vichr

    If I am in Dashboard mode I would like to see the most recent post expanded to the right. Like what you get when you hoover over it with the mouse. Right now the “selected” expanded post gets displayed and pushed down. That is a nice functionality too but having the newest incoming posts expanded would be wonderful. Just and idea. Keep up the great work. Thanks. ツav

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  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Ok I have a much better release: http://huyz.us/gpme-beta/
    Go ahead and uninstall the one you have.

    ‘o’ ‘n’ and ‘p’ are supported.
    ‘j’ and ‘k’ have unpredictable behavior.
    I reversed the meaning of j/k and n/p to match Google Reader.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    If you can’t wait until a stable release, I have a beta that supports ‘o’, ‘n’ and ‘p’: http://huyz.us/gpme-beta/
    ‘j’ and ‘k’ have unpredictable behavior and are not supported.
    Please let me know how well it works for you.

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    will do. you are the magic man!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    If you can’t wait until a stable release, I have a beta that supports ‘o’, ‘n’ and ‘p’: http://huyz.us/gpme-beta/
    ‘j’ and ‘k’ have unpredictable behavior and are not supported.
    Please let me know how well it works for you.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    If you can’t wait until a stable release, I have a beta that supports ‘o’, ‘n’ and ‘p’: http://huyz.us/gpme-beta/
    ‘j’ and ‘k’ have unpredictable behavior and are not supported.
    Please let me know how well it works for you.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I will implement a way to toggle very easily

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Sweet, thanks for sharing that post with your followers.

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    excellent. much nicer navigation. j/k move to next EXPANDED post, while n/p move to the next post whether expanded or not. o toggles open/close no matter what one you are on.

    Look perfect after 2 minutes of testing

    Cheers!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It’s temporarily disabled for expanded mode. You have to be in list mode to see mouse-over previews. Most people who use expanded mode dont’ like the previews because they’ve already seen the post. I will re-add it to expanded mode once I have an option to disable it.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It’s temporarily disabled for expanded mode. You have to be in list mode to see mouse-over previews. Most people who use expanded mode dont’ like the previews because they’ve already seen the post. I will re-add it to expanded mode once I have an option to disable it.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    People have told me that on Windows, Chrome 12 is required. When does the the Linux one come out?

  • a vichr

    Another suggestion. When you type and edit from the hoover post box you will send off the post by either hitting return BUT ALSO when hitting Shift+Return. I would rather like to be able to send Page-Break-Returns via Shift-Return. Thanks for considering.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    You can follow beta announcements on this post: https://plus.google.com/111775942615006547057/posts/8Kbpt6iWYPW

    I’m going to be making frequent updates, and auto-update doesn’t work with the beta.

  • http://profiles.google.com/tedinoue Ted Inoue

    Kudos! You did an awesome job with G+Me!
    In list mode, I was thinking that it would be very useful to have an option to organize by author. It could either sort by the author’s name or, better, it could show only one listing per author, and have all the author’s posts nested under that heading.
    Great job. Looking forward to future enhancements.

  • Thomas Olsen

    I don’t know for 64-bit but this is my version:

    google-chrome-stable:
    Installed: 12.0.742.124-r92024
    Candidate: 12.0.742.124-r92024
    Version table:
    *** 12.0.742.124-r92024 0
    500 http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable/main i386 Packages

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m not sure I understand. First off, you’re talking about default Google+ behavior and not the behavior of G+me, right? Second, what are page-break-returns here? I can only think of two possible use for returns: newline or send. I don’t see where page breaks come in.

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  • Dave

    Ok, so how does one enable list mode?

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Click the icon for the installed extension to the right of the location bar, you will get a popup to choose from the two, then hit SAVE, and WHAM you changed your settings.

    Cheers!

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  • http://twitter.com/DJShay12 DJShay12

    What does NaN mean in the red box beside the post?

  • Fynali Iladijas

    Thank you for such nice & useful extension; excellent work, Huy!

    Here’re a few more bits I’m hoping you’ll consider including into your extension:

    For now the following are available:

    j/k – Go to next/previous post in any stream (even in Sparks; wish your extension would expand post at the same time)
    q – Go to Chat – Search people

    The following more are at least needed to make g+ truly shine:

    Application
    / then c – search Circles for friends
    / then s – search Sparks (if this is possible)
    / then / – search web (open a minimizable gmail-like google search pop-up within)

    Jumping
    g then s – Go to Stream
    + n/p – next/previous in Streams
    x – Expand/collapse comments for the particular post
    n/p – next/previous comment

    g then x – Go to Sparks
    + n/p – next/previous in Sparks
    x – Expand/collapse story for the particular Sparks entry
    m – Toggles story as read/unread

    g then p – Go to Photos
    + n/p – next/previous in Photos

    g then P – Go to Profile
    g then c – Go to Circles


    @fynali (even on Twitter!)

  • Aa

    Nice!

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  • James Glasbrenner

    I seem to have found a bug. I install and use the extension on my home PC, which has Windows 7 (64-bit) installed. It works great there. I just installed the plugin on my work PC, which is still running on 32-bit Windows XP. It isn’t working at all. Is this app not functional for Windows XP?

  • Thomas Olsen

    That would be a bug either in G+me or Google+. NaN means ‘Not a Number’.

  • http://www.40tech.com Evan

    Awesome extension. Any chance of getting a setting to change the number of words/characters displayed in list mode? If there were a second line displayed in list mode, it would make it much easier to determine whether a post is worth opening up fully to read.

  • Strathy

    Not working for me. Chrome 9.0.597.107 (75357) Built on Ubuntu 10.04, running on Peppermint Ice on my HP1000 netbook. Works great on my home desktop computer though.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    That’s all? :)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It means “Not a number”. This is a bug. Do you know when it happens? I need to figure out when that happens.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    You probably need Chrome 12. Any reason you’re running such an old Chrome?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m going to come up with a solution soon….

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    What version of Chrome are you running on XP? You probably need Chrome 12

  • Strathy

    lol. ’cause I’m too lazy to run updates …? lol. I have upgraded to Chrome 12 and can confirm that the extension now works. Thanks!

  • Strathy

    lol. ’cause I’m too lazy to run updates …? lol. I have upgraded to Chrome 12 and can confirm that the extension now works. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous

    I love that this extension makes the stream nice and compact with extra functionality, however I would love an in between mode where it shows say 2 or 3 lines of text (but no extra clutter of pics etc). As it is, often you only get about 5 words from a post but I’d like to get a better gist of what a post is about without even looking at a preview. Keep up the great work! :)

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  • James Glasbrenner

    That fixed the problem. Usually Chrome autoupdates, but something went wrong this time, so I did it manually. Thanks for the help!

  • http://www.40tech.com Evan

    Great news. Thanks for contributing this. It’s really made Google+ much easier to use.

  • Caryl Bettez

    Perfect! Thanks so much!

  • Fizzgig23

    You’ve made me a very happy Googler! I don’t know whether it’s possible, but could you colourise the notifications on individual streams based on whether I have already commented on them? Beeeeeeeer?

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  • Jaycee Grey

    Would it be at all possible for this extension to work with others — such as Start Google + — that integrate FB and Twitter streams into the G+ stream? I love having all my little tidy collapsed G+ threads, then my FB and Twitter butt in there and make it all messy again.

  • Kim

    Great extension – it’s tidied things up so much and made everything a whole lot easier to assimiliate. But (there’s always a ‘but’:-) ) personally I find the preview pane an annoyance. I can’t just visually browse the list without being careful about where the mouse pointer is – the preview pane covers the unread comment count on list items. Would it be possible to make it optional?

  • Kim

    Should have added – preview pane covers the unread comment count when using another script/extension that hides the right bar and uses the full screen width for posts.

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  • Tom Sepe

    Hey this is great! Love the extension.

    One suggestion: if we could choose how many lines of the post are displayed in the collapsed option. 1 line is often not quite enough to grasp the content of the post, so I end up reading the expanded pop-up on the right… which I think defeats the purpose. I’d like to be able to glance at the collapsed page and then rollover specific posts to see more.

    Thanks!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Compatibility with other extensions is always tricky as there are so many… But try my best when i have time to do it. Preview pane will be optional in v5.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I already took a crack at that but that extension uses a different post format and it refreshes the page constantly. When I have time I will take another look.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Hmmm good idea but that may be hard: Google may hide your name inside the “Older comments” section, which I can’t look inside of.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    It’s definitely G+me: I do the calculations… But it’s a strange bug. How does one mess up a simple subtraction? :)

  • Kim

    Thanks! Not worried about the compatibility but the optional preview pane is great news!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m thinking of some solutions…

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  • http://twitter.com/toutantic Aurélien Pelletier

    Great extension. Too bad I can’t get it to work under ubuntu 11.04 and Chrome 11.0.696.57 beta.
    No error in the javscript console ???

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Desole, faut installer Chrome 12

  • Simon Burall

    This is great and just what I was looking for. Is it possible to see two lines of the original post rather than just one? there isn’t quite enough information to judge whether a post is worth opening or not. Really grateful to you for doing this and seeing you so active in answering comments below.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    That’s been requested many times, so I can’t ignore it :)

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  • C.J. McELEAVY

    Unable to expand comments when I click on them.Was working perfectly well until today?

  • Andy

    When I remove someone from a Circle, their posts stay in he stream until you Disable plugin and reboot Chrome. Clearing cache didnt work. Can this be fixed in an update? otherwise, great extension.

  • Alex Petrelli

    when in the list mode, I try to add comment in preview but the preview will disappear if the preview is too long when the scroll bar scroll down. can you fix it?

  • Tim Whitlock

    Absolutely love this extension! One question though. Is this your extension or something Google has started doing? It is annoying. Maybe I don’t understand its purpose??

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Looks like you’ve installed a translation extension?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Thanks for reporting this bug. I will try to fix it.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I can’t replicate the problem. Can you give me a screenshot?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Do you still see a commentbar with names and a comment counter?
    If you see it and you can’t click on it, then it’s a bug.

    If you don’t see a commentbar it might be because there are (temporarily) no comments.
    Sometimes Google has bugs and doesn’t send comments even though we know there are supposed to be comments because we have seen them before. This could be the problem.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Sorry, this has nothing to do with my extension (G+me displays the same posts that Google+ sends: no more, no less). This bug you’re seeing is because Google+ is still sending the posts.
    Even if you uninstalled my extension and you try the same thing, you would still have the same problem. Please report this to Google+ in their feedback box.

  • Gary Harriman

    how do you enable list mode?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Click on the green browser icon.

  • Gary Harriman

    how do you enable list mode? And should the collapsed posts stay collapsed when reopening plus?
    Thanks

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Click on the green browser icon. Yes collapsed posts should stay collapsed when reopening.

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    You might put right at the top of this page “how to enable list & expanded mode”, it seems like you are getting that question over and over again. It’s hard to believe that people ask this question without even clicking on the extension icon. They must not be, cause as soon as you click on it, it tells you exactly that. But… I am getting tired of see people ask that over and over again. Why not put it right up there as the first bullet item on the page. :)

    Cheers!

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    Actually why not not even put it in the bullet list, but put it ABOVE the screen shots so that you cannot help look at the page (even without scrolling down) and seeing that information.

    Cheers!

  • http://twitter.com/toutantic Aurélien Pelletier

    oups désolé du dérangement RTFM ça marche

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    You know, it’s my fault. I used to have a screenshot that shows how to switch modes. But I took it out in anticipation of v4 which was supposed to revamp the entire options subsystem.
    But then some enthusiastic user told me not take a dump and told me to implement keyboard shorcuts and I got sidetracked. Come to think of it, it’s that dude’s fault ;)

    I’ll just put a FAQ pretty soon. Still working on all these shortcuts and auto-scrolling behavior that results from them….

  • http://RichGriese.NET Rich Griese

    No! you are the best, I will defend you to my last breath. You have made the best extension to date. BTW… have you seen this, stared items for G+ posts. It’s a must have; https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hjmompnhmldidmbdancdkdhbgknmgloi

    Cheers!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    You didn’t happen to install any other extensions since, right? For example, +Comment Toggle is not compatible.

  • Thomas Olsen

    LMAO “some enthusiastic user told me not take a dump” looks rather funny out of context :-D

  • Moshe Heller

    version 3.5 here when collapsed if there are line breaks it doesnt even add a space between the words
    ie we have one line ending with the word “g+me” and the next line starting “rocks” in collapsed mode it would come up as g+merocks which would make it unreadable please add a space or a symbol for linebreak or both

    Thanks

  • Anonymous

    Mine doesn’t work…scroll over does nothing, it never registers a notification and when I click the icon it simply wants to know how I want my posts displayed…what am I doing wrong?

  • Roxy Aliabadi

    My only complaint is that the email notifier calls me “sir” …it’s ma’am :)

  • Irene Chen

    Is it just me, or can other people not collapse comments in the notification view?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yeah, I’ve known this since the beginning and I was wondering how long it would take for someone to mention it. This bug is due to pure programmer laziness. I just call a text() function instead of doing things myself manually :)
    Thanks for reporting. I’ll add that to the list of issues.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Do you have Chrome 12? Did you try refreshing the page? Do you have other Google+ extensions installed?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m sorry, ma’am, G+me is not responsible for email notifications. Please send bug reports to the sexist pigs at Google ;)

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    You want to collapse comments in the preview popup? Yes, that’s by design. Since the popup is to the side, users generally don’t want/need to collapse them. Do you feel as like you need that in the preview popup as well?

  • http://twitter.com/lilstweeting Lils

    This question has been asked before by another user. Huy is working on a solution which he will feature in future versions of G+Me :) Hope that helps :)

  • Jayleo

    I like this extension,good job!thank you!
    我很喜欢这个扩展程序,很棒!谢谢!

  • Alexinna

    I like your extension but it conflicts with G+ Plus Minus https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pidkbnhjgdngcfcaikoocdanfijkgdli
    Is anything could be done to fix it? Thanks for your work.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’m working on other important features right now. When I have time, I will work on compatibility…

  • cynicalcylon

    I like that I can quickly scan my page, which is very handy, as I seem to have a lot of friends posting very long ‘save-for-later’ type posts, so I can see what’s new & what’s for later reading.
    However, it seems to have a conflict with ‘StartGoogle+’ extension/app in Chrome, in that it doesn’t collapse any Twitter or Facebook feeds merged into the main G+ stream.

  • pipsqeek

    What does this do? I installed it. It’s sitting in the top Right hand corner. When I click it, it asks me to show posts in Expanded mode or list mode. I select either. I don’t see anything. I think I’m doing it wrong.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yes, StartGoogle+ uses non-standard post formats that G+me doesn’t recognize. And also, it refreshes constantly, which is a bit annoying.
    But I like the idea and when I get a chance, I’ll try (again) to make them compatible.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Did you try refreshing the page? Are you using Chrome 12?

  • Uaalp

    It is great work, thanks for all the effort.
    One feature request could be this;
    A hybrid mode, where the post content is expanded, but the comments part is folded unless you click it… This is the ideal form for me and a lot of friends of mine share the same view..
    Thanks again

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Yes, that’s coming…

  • Ayala

    From unknown reason I can’t see the +1 under my post. Will this tool help me to see also the +1?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    This extension should have no effect on the +1 button. This may be a problem with Google+. Or you may have installed other extensions. I suggest you try uninstalling other extensions, restarting your browser, or just keep using it and keep an eye out for it. If it’s still missing, then please let me know.

  • Anonymous

    I do have 12 and I did have Surplus installed. But I uninstalled to see if that would help. Restarted the whole system as well.

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Let me re-read what you wrote:
    - so the mouse-over preview doesn’t work? That’s normal — you have to be in list mode.
    - When you click on the browser icon, you should switch to list mode. Then you will have mouse-over preview.

  • http://twitter.com/ermphd Edward Martino, PhD

    Looks promising although I am not a bit Chrome fan. Please note that Twitter link just opens a new tab with this post inside

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Are you a FF user?
    Hmmm, if you take a look at the link just by hovering over it, it only says: http://twitter.com/huyplus
    Maybe there’s something wrong with your browser and you should switch to Chrome ;)

  • Ron Parish

    Good afternoon. First of all, thank you for this extension; it has great possibilities. I just wish it would work for me; perhaps I’m doing something wrong. It was installed a few days ago, and no matter which mode I select, after refreshing, I can’t see where to expand or collapse posts. I’m running the Linux version of Chrome 11.0.696.77.

    From what others are writing about this extension, you have obviously put lots of time and energy into making it. Sure wish you would port it over to Firefox!!!

  • Ron Parish

    It’s fixed. After reading several of the comments, I discovered my Chrome browser wasn’t up to date. It’s working just fine now; thanks for the extension.

  • Sam Jacob

    Can you write a plugin to disable the suggested friends listing on the right of page?

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    The goal of my extension is not to disable different parts of the G+ experience, but to add to the experience. It’s better if you contacted the authors of other extensions, e.g. Usability Boost, Google+ Tweaks, Google+ Ultimate

  • Chad Kovac

    Needs “COLLAPSE ALL”

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  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    I’ve added a list of keyboard shorcuts on this page and an FAQ.

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  • Cesar JB

    Sugiro disponibilizar a opção de configurar quais círculos devem aparecer recolhidos e quais círculos devem aparecer expandidos.
    Parabéns!

  • http://huyz.us/ huyz

    Sim, vou o adicionar

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  • Michael-Bernhard Zita

    Great Extension, would be lovely if all Comments could be auto-collapsed. Thanks make G+ much more readable.