Google+ is going through changes. A drastic redesign hit the browser version of the social network a while back, and the developers continue to push out tweaks.

Googler Luke Wroblewski has provided a look at several changes making their way into the website. When you're scrolling through your feed, a post indicator will appear at the top of your screen whenever new content has appeared (pictured above). Large profile images will now appear in a gallery. The site should provide a better, more visually integrated experience when searching for people. You can also see who you've muted from the activity Log and un-mute them if you've forgotten how they annoyed you in the first place.

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These changes started rolling out on Friday, so they may be available now for you to experience right away.