We're going to open that up. Let's see what's in here in the phone. It's going to bring us into the phone and notify us of any new or interesting things that may have happened. If we have any notifications, they're going to show up on this screen.
So, let's tap "Forrest Rodriguez" and see what he's got here
Do we know Forrest? We do not know Forrest. He lives in a place called "New york ha noi", which we've not heard of before. Anyway, we can be pretty sure that this is someone that we're not interested in following at all.
If we share something, we're not sharing it with the people we're following
We're sharing it to our "Acquaintances", my "Family" and my "Friends". People we're following are people who share things with us, for instance, CNN or BBC or Reuters news. Let's tap Back, one more time.
Blain" is about to publish one of her newer books, which is great. Good for her, she's fantastic. "R.J. Blain", for those of us who are interested, she's got some great stuff and sometimes it's free on Amazon. Anyway, that concludes our tutorial on circles. R.J. is in one of my Friends circles because she's pretty cool. So, if you want to add your own people, your own contacts or just random folks and chat with them until you get to know someone, this is how you manage your circles on the Google plus application on an iPhone 6. Thanks for choosing VisiHow. I hope that you have a great day and we look forward to seeing you on some of our future videos. Goodbye.