How to Remove Followers in Google+ – How to Delete Followers in Google+

In one of our previous posts, we shared easy steps to prevent notifications from followers in Google+ by ignoring them but it is possible that you may want to completely remove a person from your Google Plus profile. By blocking a person “X” in Google+ – X will be removed from your circle, X will not be able to comment on your posts, you will not see any content from X in your incoming streams. If you are looking for this behavior, Go Block X on Google+. There are two ways you can do this and we are sharing both of them here. Below are the steps to remove or delete the people following you.

Blocking a Person From Streams

1. Go to your Google+ profile, it will take you to “Stream” by default. Else, you select “Home” symbol on Google Plus. Now, block X as shown in the image below:

Block a follower in Google+

2. This will pop up a message as below:

Block a follower on Google+
Click on Block and you will no more see X on your Google Plus profile.

Blocking a Person from Circles

1. Go to your Google+ profile and Select Circles as shown in the image below:
Google+ Circles

2. Now select “X”, click on “More actions” and select “Block” as shown in the image below:

Block follower in Google+

3. This will pop up a message as below:

Block Follower in Google+

Click on Block and you will no more see X on your Google Plus profile.

Hope you find the information shared here useful. Feel free to leave your suggestions or feedback in the comments section below.

  1. It’s too bad you can’t just remove your followers without blocking them – so the real people can find you again. There are millions of fake and dormant G+ accounts.

  2. How can I see who is following me on Google+? It says I have x followers. How can I see each of these and choose who to block?

  3. It’s really a nice and useful piece of information. I am glad that you just shared
    this useful information with us. Please stay us
    up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

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