Google has launched an ambitious project to take on Facebook, the giant in social networking space with what they call Google Plus aka Google+. Though Google Plus looks promising like any other new service this social network too lack well laid privacy and basic features. But definitely a brave move from Google and unlike their other failed ventures Google Plus won’t die in the hands of Facebook. That being said users are sending feedback based on what we can expect many cool features soon. That doesn’t mean you can expect Twitter or Facebook sharing enabled by default on Google Plus. It is obvious that you will feel like sharing Google+ posts to Twitter or Facebook for some engaging conversation. Right now the only option is this Chrome extension.
Extended Share for Google Plus is a Google Chrome browser extension when installed displays ‘Send to’ link next to your posts on Google Plus. When clicking the link Twitter and Facebook sharing buttons pops up from where you can send posts to respective sites. The entire Google Plus post content will then be shared on Facebook but a 140 chara limit as usual will be there on Twitter. The developer on extension page promises an auto sharing feature that allows single click share will be added soon as an update.