The world’s most popular social network, Google+, is currently experiencing some trouble.
In an email to its users, the company announced that it will be rolling out a fix for a serious bug that causes some users to see images in their News Feed that don’t belong to them.
The fix will only be available for people who have a Gmail address with a Google+ email address, and it won’t affect everyone, according to Google.
Instead, it’ll only be for those who already have the fix.
The company said that this fix only applies to people with Google+ accounts.
The bug is a “technical issue” with the Google+ API, which Google is working to fix.
This means that it is possible for users to end up seeing images that are not their own without their knowledge, as long as they are logged into their Google+ account with the correct Google+ address.
In other words, the fix only works for people with a Gmail account with a specific Google+ user ID and password.
This doesn’t mean that everyone will have to be vigilant if they encounter images that don´t belong to someone who has Google+ enabled.
If you’re worried about seeing such images, Google said that you should go ahead and update your Google+ settings.
Google+ users who have this issue should go to Settings > Google+ > Add Account and change the Google Plus email address to the email address that you used to create your Google Plus account.
The account should now be able to access images that you have a Google Plus profile for.
Google also suggested that if you still have problems, you should try contacting the company and asking it to fix the issue.
It will also be interesting to see how this bug affects other Google+ features that are currently being worked on.
Google also said that the fix will be applied to users who are already signed into their account with their Gmail address and password, but there is no indication that this will be the case for everyone.
Google has previously stated that it has “serious technical issues” with how its API works.
It previously stated in a blog post that it was “not ready to announce any timeline on when this bug will be fixed or when Google+ will be rolled out to all its users.”
We’ll be keeping you updated as we learn more about the bug.
If you are concerned about this bug, you can follow Google on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.