Google Shuts Down Google+ Invitations

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Within couple of hours of opening the invite section for couple of people, Google has stopped accepting any new invitations for Google+. People who got to be lucky to join in such short span of time will need to play with the new dongle to get hang of it. The “Invite Friends” option on right hand side is no more available on Google+. Even after adding your friends in any of your circle, the invitation bar at down side is so more available.

Project lead Vic Gundotra has posted to Google+:

We’ve shut down invite mechanism for the night. Insane demand. We need to do this carefully, and in a controlled way. Thank you all for your interest!

For any who wish to leave, please remember you can always exit and take your data with you by using Google Takeout.

It’s your data, your relationships, your identity.

Infact people who got early invite form any of his close associates have been bombarded with hundreds of invitation requests. Probably, Google has opted this to avoid any early post-launch hick-ups.

Stay tuned with Dazeinfo for all further updates on Google+. If you have still not got into Google+ system, just tweet us @Dazeinfo or “Like” us on Facebook followed by a comment and we shall send you a invite as soon as it will reopen.

7 COMMENTS

  1. At this point of time, we cant tell you any exact duration or time frame. Probably, Google need to ensure system scalability and stability, post to that you can expect. However, it should not take much time. May be another 2-3 days – a wild guess !!

  2. Indeed its has been. new users have bee temp shunted off to ensure the scalability and Google+ stability. we shall update you when system will restart accepting invites !!

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