News flash, it’s time for Google to pull the plug on links to websites that aren’t in Google’s ecosystem.
A new Google+ feature that lets users remove links to pages in Google+, but not to other sites is rolling out to all users.
“For now, we don’t allow users to remove links from other pages in our network,” Google said in a blog post Monday.
The feature, which is also available on the Chrome web browser, will be available on Android and the iOS App Store.
It will be the first of its kind for Google.
The move to remove the links is part of Google’s ongoing effort to remove all links to sites that don’t fit Google’s strict guidelines.
“We believe that people should be able to share their own content and build their own communities and communities will continue to grow,” the company wrote in a statement.