We’ve already come across a way to transform your Facebook feed to make it look like Pinterest, and it was only a matter of time before someone came up with something similar for Google+.
Using the aptly named Greasemonkey userscript Google+ Pinterest, you can instantly transform your Google+ feed into a Pinterest-like grid of posts and photos.
With Google+ recently introducing a revamped design, the look hasn’t gone down well among all of its users. If you’ve been particularly annoyed by that great big chunk of white space glaring back at you, and aren’t sure what to do with it, this is a great way to get rid of it.
Once you’ve installed the userscript, your Google+ newsfeed will be transformed into three columns, and photos, of course, really come to life with the new layout.
Aside from giving your Google+ feed the ultimate Pinterest feel, the script also puts the focus on the content you’re viewing, hiding the menu and chat window out of sight.
The menu slides into sight when you hover over the left hand side of the screen, with the same effect used to slide the chat window into sight on the right hand side.
See on thenextweb.com