Google announced on Thursday that Google+ users with a profile attached to a regular Gmail account and a work-related Google apps account can now blend the two together.
When Google Apps gained Google+ support last October, Google promised a migration tool was on the way. Nine months later, it’s finally here.
The new tool, which is a part of the company’s Google Takeout data-liberation service, allows users to elect a master Google+ account and transfer circles and other information to one main profile, instead of having two separate accounts. For those that make the transfer, you will only be able to log in with the email address associated with the primary Google+ profile.