How to Find and Remove Uncirclers on Google Plus

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Unfollower >_<

How annoying is it when someone follow you and you followed back, and they immediately unfollow you? I found it very irritating. But some people are enjoying it!

Most of the time people do it because they want to have more follower then they have followed. Actually they try to show them as expert. Isn’t it lame?

Ok, now our target is to find out those people and Uncircle them. But Google+ doesn’t show them to you who uncircle you later. To find out those we will use a chrome extension named Circloscope Free (Uncirclers+). If you don’t have Google Chrome browser, download it from here.

Further Reading: 10 Tips to Get More Followers on Google Plus

It’s not important that you have to keep only your followers on your circle. So I don’t recommend you to use this extension frequently. Only use it when you followed a lot of people but you have less people in your circle.

So here we go..

How to Uncircle Uncirclers on Google+

1. First, open Chrome Browser and Login to your Google+ account. Install Circloscope to your browser.

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2. Once you’ve installed the extension, you will notice a green arrows sign besides Address Bar. Once you’ve clicked on the icon, a list of unfollower will be appeared.

From the left you can include or exclude any circle. For example, you may exclude the circle ‘Family’ that means you’re not going to uncircle anyone from Family Circle.

Once you’ve done, click on Apply. You will be shown a list of people that you circle but they didn’t circle you back.

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3. Now your list is ready. Oh, wait. One question for you. If you follow Eminem, will he follow you back? Definitely NOT, like Eminem many important person won’t follow you back. So uncheck those name. Hit on ‘Uncircle’.

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That’s it. You are Done.

If you are a blogger, you can add me. I will add you back.

Check: Google Chrome Extension for Quick Screen Shot

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  • satheeshkumarmv says:

    Thank you. This is exactly what I wanted

  • Is there any way to undo uncircling if I accidentally uncircled too many? (I only wanted to uncircle those I’d given 2 weeks to circle me back.)

  • Nico says:

    Wow seems like they made it pay to delete, what a jerks! you can’t do anything unless you pay them now.

  • roobin says:

    Thanks , but it pay to delete

  • serge says:

    Do you know of any free extension or bor that does the same ?
    the chrome extension you talk about is not premium and if you want to remove the people that are not following you back you have to pay .

    • Istiak Rayhan says:

      Actually when I’ve written this post, this extension was free. And I don’t have any idea about other free extension.

  • isnil8 says:

    This tool looks really good, but now they’ve gone premium you can’t do anything and they are charging $47/year, even more than an evernote premium subscription, way too much IMO.

  • Christine says:

    Hi, any other uncircling extensions? The one you’ve recommended above no longer has the free version :( So sad.

    • isnil8 says:

      I haven’t found another sadly. If you do, please coma back here and share. I also read on the G+ page of circloscope that they were going to update the app allowing free users to access some of the features with limits of course, like trial, so there’s that.

  • Chris says:

    I think you should remove this post, since they no longer offer a free version.

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