The Google+ Android app jumped to a new version last week, and shortly after, its Play Store page updated with a change log topped by one problematic item:
Here’s the thing, moderators couldn’t yet. We hit up the app, searched the site, and even asked around. The feature simply wasn’t live. Now it is. Moderators can pin posts to the top of a community stream regardless of if they’re using the app or the website.
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PSA: Google+ Community Moderators Can Now Pin Posts Via The Site And The Latest Version Of The Android App was written by the awesome team at Android Police.