Google+ is going to shut down on April 2nd, with posts and other content being deleted from the service starting next month as well. In a bid to preserve the years of content that Google+ contains, the Internet Archive and the Archive Team are working together to save all of the content that they possibly can from the site.
In a post on the r/plexodus Reddit community, the process on how this amount of data is being saved in such a short period of time (as well as how individuals can potentially contribute) is detailed. The aim is also described succinctly in a "tl;dr" near the top:
Google+ - Content - Internet - Archive - Thanks
"Most public Google+ content should live on at the Internet Archive thanks to a fanatical...
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