Google has announced plans to offer the new “Engagement Cards” that users can use to create personalized engagement cards.
These cards will be used on Instagram and Twitter to encourage new and loyal users to use their profiles and help them to connect with people and companies.
The new cards will only be available on Google+.
In a blog post, Twitter said the cards will not be available to users who are on a desktop account or who do not have an account on Google+.
“We are excited to be bringing the Engagement Cards to Twitter as part of our new Twitter-branded engagement features, which are being rolled out across our products,” the company said.
The Engagement Card will be available in both Android and iOS apps, and the new cards feature will be launched alongside a new user experience, it said.
Twitter said users can create their own Engagement cards by going to the “Personalization” section in their profile and adding the appropriate hashtag.
Users can also use the Engage button to send messages directly to people they follow, or they can add a contact they’d like to interact with.
The company said it was also working on new features that would allow users to share content and create content from any device.
Google is also planning to make it easier for users to sign up for a service using a QR code or by signing up with their Google+ account.
The move is part of a broader push by Google to make its own content more relevant and to make sure its services are accessible to people with disabilities, as well as its growing number of mobile users.