Google has announced that Blogger users will now be able to use their Google+ profiles on their blogs.
The feature was rolled out by Google in October of this year but was only available to a select few users. The company said in a blog post that it was making the feature available on all Blogger profiles.
The company also announced deeper integration between Blogger and Google+, allowing Blogger users to share posts on the social networking platform easily.
Google explained that whenever users make a new post on Blogger, a pre-filled Google+ share box will appear, allowing them to instantly share the post with their Google+ circles.
"Of course, you can disable this sharing prompt at any time on the "Settings - Posts and Comments" page. And you can always share individual posts on Google+ by selecting "share" underneath the entry in your post list," Google said.
Google said the sharing feature is already available for users who have their Google+ profile on their blog. Other users can visit this link to make the switch.
The announcement is part of Google's efforts to integrate virtually all of its web services with its new social networking platform.