Google is in the midst of testing a new user suggestion feature for its Google+ social network. The company's VP of Product, Bradley Horowitz, tweeted that Google was looking for people to help with the pilot of a "'suggested user'-like mechanism on Google+." Horowitz also said the company was only looking for people with over 100,000 Twitter followers to help with the testing.

The feature would be similar to Twitter's "Suggested User" feature which gives users a list of people they may be interested in following. When first launched, the feature only suggested popular users. Now users can customize their suggested user lists. Google+ recently announced it was working on a system like Twitter's verified accounts for celebrities.

[via Slash Gear]