The social network Google+ allows users to see their closest friends, who have added them to their network.
However, as Google has made it easier for users to add their friends to their profiles, there have been concerns about how that may impact the privacy of users.
To address these concerns, Google has introduced a new feature that allows users, for the first time, to see who their closest Facebook friends are and how close they are.
The new feature is called Grom.
Users can see the number of their closest social network friends by clicking the icon in the upper right corner.
In addition, Google+ can now show the number and location of the person who has added them.
The user can then click the “View Friends” link in the top right corner to reveal the profile picture of the user, and the “Follow” link to share their profile picture.
Users also now have the option to add the person’s friends to a “Friends List” on their own profile page.
The feature can be found on Google+ in the Google+ app on iOS and Android.
The Facebook app is currently available for iOS and the Android app.