How To Know Who’s Not Following You Back On Google+

The social media sites on the Internet are amazing – some people are there just for promotion, some are there to impress others, while some just want to stay connected with others through social media. Whatever category you fall in, you might want to learn about people who’re not following you back on Google+. But how would you know about this? Checking everyone manually is not a convenient method and can take a lot of time, so let’s use a Chrome extension for this purpose.

Enter Circloscope, a free extension for Google Chrome that allows you to see who isn’t following you back on Google+. But that’s not all, you can also bulk remove all of them with just a click. This tool is similar to all those tools that display who’s not following you back on Twitter, but those are web apps and this one is an extension. Let’s learn how Circloscope works.

Here’s How to Know Who’s Not Following You on Google+

Step 1: Open the Chrome Web Store and install Circloscope Free extension.

Step 2: Once the extension is installed, you’ll be able to see a new icon added in the toolbar which resembles like two arrows forming a circle.

How To Know Who's Not Following You Back On Google+

Step 3: You need to be signed-in to your Google+ account. Next, click on this icon from the toolbar and choose the circles that you do not want to include in your search from the left side. It would be a good idea to exclude websites from the selection since most likely we want to see their posts in our news feed and don’t want to uncircle them. Once you’ve done the selection, click on the “Apply” button.

On the right hand side of the page you’ll see people who’ve not added you to their circles.


Step 4: You can click on each individual to check out his/her profile and then remove that person from your circle OR you can select (by check mark) everyone who you want to remove from your circles and then click on the “Uncircle” button from the left side of the page.

So that’s all you need to do. Go ahead and remove people from your Google+ circles with this method. Do you know about any better method to do this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Saqib Khan
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