Used correctly, Google+ promises to be a boon for both personal and professional communications (especially if Google listens up and adds some of the more requested features)–but first you need to learn the basic ins-and-outs of Google+ functionality.
That’s where this streamlined Google+ cheat sheet, created by user Simon Lausten, comes in handy. It lays out hotkeys (“Q” jumps to chat; “J” is a single-post down scroll, etc.), details simplified functions such as how to add videos by using the share box, and compares various aspects of Google+ to already-familiar functionalities within Facebook and Twitter. (Example: “Clicking the +1 button on a post is the same as ‘Like’ on Facebook”.)
Like Google+ itself, the popularity of Lausten’s cheat sheet has grown exponentially; the handy guide has already been translated into a dozen languages and counting.
Read more and see the full-size image at Mashable.