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Google+ groovyPost Invite Update

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Last night I left an update on our Google+ invite post that I managed to kick out a few dozen invites to those who left a comment however I just tested out one of those invites on my test account and it looks like even if you have an google+ invites on hold againinvite, Google has once again locked down the service in order to keep from exceeding their capacity (for the time being…).  Take a look at the screenshot on the right and look at the fine text above my cursor:

Already Invite?  We’ve temporarily exceeded our capacity.  Please try again soon.

No need to panic.  Unless your trying to make a few bucks by selling invites on EBAY, there’s no rush to get into the service.  I’m sure they will open the invites again in a few days and if I were a betting man, I would guess those of you who received updates last night will probably be first in line when they do.


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5 Responses to Google+ groovyPost Invite Update

  1. JasonB July 7, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    If you get any extra invites, I’d love to get one. thanks,jb

    • MrGroove July 8, 2011 at 8:43 am #

      Invited – Enjoy Jason.

      • marx July 9, 2011 at 7:52 am #

        I would very much appreciate an invite

        • MrGroove July 9, 2011 at 9:22 am #

          Sorry – looks like the invites were shutdown again. Will have to wait a few until GOogle turns them back on.

  2. Sonny Cline July 8, 2011 at 4:55 pm #

    Juust a Google user, mainly translations between my Estonian grand-daughters and myself. My wife can speak with them but a deaf American lip reading Grand Father has to depend on the written word or if I can ever figure out a video chat freeware service so they can see us and we can see them talking then we or rather I will enjoy sharing their lives as if we were there in person. Google is leading the way to making communication possible for everyone regardless of physical limitations. When we were able to visit Estonia the grand daughters were talking with me in English within a week. Now the youngest, 3 years old, pesters the other 2 “teach me your English lessons from school so I can talk with Grand Pater when he comes again.

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