Google, in its bid to integrate Google+ across most of its services, has just recently added a new label in Gmail, named Circles.
The Circles label is a parent label which contains all your Google+ Circles as its child labels. Any mail coming from a person in your circles is labelled appropriately in blue. (See screenshot)
While many netizens have switched to Google+, but not all & this extra label in their Gmail account feels like pushing g+ down their throat.
No problems, there is a very easy tweak to remove the Circles label from Gmail.
Just follow the below steps in Gmail:
1. Click on the gear button at top-right of Gmail & select Settings.
2. Click on the Labels tab under Gmail settings.
3. Find a section named Circles & click Hide under Show in label list for that section.
Taddaa!! You can now go back to inbox & surf freely without that Circles label 😉
I personally feel it’s a good feature, being a humongous Google+ fan, but what are your thoughts on this? Use the comments below to express them.