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Sometimes when I'm posting to Google+ communities, the URLs have either sfc=false or sfc=true at the end of them.
I've tried Googleing this but not been able to find anything on it.
Does anyone know what sfc=false or sfc=true represents?
I searched about it in the internet and asked from my friends too,but no one knows.....I'm not a G+ user so I don't know much but if I get to know about it I'll definitely let you know.
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Thanks Achi, they're not showing it now. I'm guessing it was some internal thing as it only showed on the new Google+ posts but it's not showing now. It's completely trivial and I was just more curious than anything else. Thanks for trying though and cheers!