Google have added another notch to their social networking belt by updating their Google+ service, where it now handles photos better. Google have added an album organizer, which can sort, reorder, move and delete photos, if you wish.
The organizer can be access by the top level icon above the photos themselves, and once in the organizer, the images can be rearranged by ascending or descending upload date. The photos can also be reordered by selecting, dragging, then dropping them into a new position. Once selected, multiple images can be easily pulled into a different album or deleted from an album in bulk.
The Google+ changes apply to the desktop web version only, with iOS and Android users having a totally different interface.
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