title Google has a new feature that lets you add an additional layer of user privacy to a profile: You no longer need to add a photo to your page to add it to a private gallery.
The change is being rolled out to all users in the new Google+ app, and is coming as part of the new Android Wear app.
When you open the app, you’ll see an option to add an image to your privacy settings.
You can then use the built-in photo-saver feature to hide or hide the photo from the gallery view, or you can also edit your photo and upload it as an image.
You’ll also be able to add your own personal information to the photo and hide that information from the app’s privacy settings and photos view.
To add a new photo, you can click on the “Add to privacy” button in the top-right corner, and then choose the “Photo” option.
The new photo-sharing feature is still only available for users in Google+ Hangouts, and there’s no sign of it being rolled into Google+ Photos or Google+ Search.
But it’s a welcome addition, since you can now do the same with photos from the Photos app on the Google+ web interface.
The privacy feature also lets you make your own custom images.
If you want to create a photo that will show up only in a gallery view on the new version of Google+ (it won’t appear in the web interface), you can do that from the settings menu.
The “Add a photo” option lets you choose an image file to share, and you can add up to five photos in your gallery.
There’s no word on when Google+ users will be able see the new privacy settings, but we’re excited to see what these changes can do for the privacy of our profiles.