Google Plus VP Bradley Horowitz has some great news for users who are still annoyed with the real name policy set by the company when they launched this network.
Google is finally adding support for pseudonyms and unconventional names.
Users would soon get the ability to show an alternative name in place of their real name. This is applicable for nicknames, maiden names, or names in another script.
Horowitz said that this name would be used by all Google services connected to your account.
Google also revealed that they are setting new policies with established pseudonyms. They would seek documentation to prove that the user actually is popularly known as that pseudonym. And once it is confirmed, he would get the ability to use that name on their Google Plus account.