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A few weeks ago, Google announced that it would no longer be displaying traffic circles around videos, as it had been for years.
Now, Google says that it is going to begin to do the same with traffic circles in videos.
In a blog post, Google explains the changes as follows: Now that traffic circles are a thing, we’re going to start to start using a different algorithm that will be more consistent with our audience.
This algorithm will be built using our traffic data from the last few years.
This will include the time of day, the day of the week, the city and the number of vehicles on the road.
This algorithm will also include our traffic map data.
Google has also announced that, in the next few months, they will be making some changes to how traffic circles work.
Google is planning to start displaying traffic images on videos in the following ways: The traffic circle will be shown at the top of the video, but will fade out as soon as it gets close to the top.
The circle will also fade out when a user turns the device off or when the user closes the app.
Traffic will be added to the circle when the circle is full, but it will also be reduced to show when the traffic is in the radius.
The circles will be replaced by the time it takes to travel through a given radius.
Google says this will give more context to the videos being watched, as the video will look different when it’s a few minutes long and you might want to be able to tell when the driver has finished their ride.
Google says that they plan to implement this change on their YouTube channel, but the company has yet to announce any plans to roll out the change to YouTube’s other platforms.
The Google+ app will be updated to display the circle as well, though.