We’re going to take a look at how to use the Google+ app on Ubuntu 16 of the upcoming 16.10 LTS, the first time the new release will be available to all users.
The first step is installing the Google++ plugin in Ubuntu, which we’ll do on the Ubuntu Desktop and Desktop Image.
We’ll then create a shortcut to the plugin on your desktop, and we’ll be able to use it in Google+ conversations.
First up, we’ll create a directory called “gtk-plus-app-googleplus”, in which we can put the GooglePlus plugin.
To do so, we can use the “Add to” button in the File Manager window:Now we’ll open the Googleplus Plugin Manager and we can see that the Google app is already present:The second step is to add the plugin to the list of plugins installed in the Google Play store.
To add a plugin to Google Play, go to Settings > Developer options and then click Add a Plugin from the list.
If you don’t see an option for Add a plugin from the plugins list, then there’s probably an issue with the Google plugin.
Open the plugin and select the “googleplus-plus” icon.
In the “Settings” menu, click “Enable Google+”.
Finally, we need to check the box to enable the Google Plus API on the Google Developers Console, and to enable all the Google API plugins in the plugin’s configuration:Next, we’re going, and I don’t want to give too much away here, but we’re getting to a point where we can add our Google+ conversation in the GTK+ app.
The GTK app is a great tool for getting a conversation started, but it doesn’t do a good job of handling conversations on the desktop.
The Google app can handle GTK conversations, and it will work with GTK sessions.
The conversation will automatically start when a GTK session is created.
If you’ve installed the Google-plus plugin in a similar way as we did, you can now add your GTK conversation in Google+.
You can add a GTM conversation as well, and this is where we will need to create a GTk session in Google+, and configure the GTM session to use our Google++ app.
First, we will create a new GTM Session in GooglePlus.
Select the GTDM session, and then select “Add a new Gtk Session”.
This will add a new “GTK” session.
You can now click “Add” to add your new GTK-only session to the GTMs session list.
Now, we want to start the GTLM app.
To start the Google session, we must open the GTD, click the “Google” icon, and select “Start Google Session”.
If you see the message “Google session is already running”, then it’s likely the GTG session is running.
If this is the case, click on the GTL button to start a new session.
Then, we have to click “Save Session”.
The session will be saved in a GTLM session, so we don’t need to open the session again.
Now we have a session running in Google.
To change the Google user, we simply go to the “Manage Google Users” page, click Google, and choose “Change Google”.
You can now choose to change the user’s profile, and you can set your Google+ settings to use your new Google+ user.
You can then choose the Google account you want to use.
You have a Google+ session running.
You’ve just made a conversation, and the conversation will be displayed in the “People” page.
Now that we have our Google session running, we don-t want to open another session in the Gtk session.
If we open another GTK, the GTLSession, the GoogleSession will be the same as before.
However, it’s not running.
The GTK plugin will then show a message stating that there’s a new Google session open.
Go to the Google Developer Console and go to “Settings > Google Services”.
Select “Show Google Services” to see the new Google service.
If there’s no new service, click OK.
We’ll now use the GTASession to create our GTM-only GTK.
Click “Add GTM to Session” to create the new GTDM.
We can then open the GDM by clicking the “Gtk” icon and selecting “Open GTDM”.
Then, we are presented with the GDTicket dialog box.
Click the “Start GTDM” button to begin the GTTicket process.
You’ll see that we’ve added the new session to our GTDM, so it will run the same GTDM as before, but now we’re starting a new conversation.
You should now be able access Google+ from the GTFTP session, but the Google conversation won’t run on GTFTSession, so you can’t start conversations