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Topic # 87883 9-Aug-2011 16:28
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I noticed that Google have added a new way(or I just may not have noticed it before) of inviting people to Google Plus.

You should be able to join via this link.

Do you think you'll join?  If you've already joined, what do you think so far?

I've dumped facebook all together.

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  Reply # 503950 9-Aug-2011 16:32
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I want to join, but as a google apps user, I still can't. Sigh.
Not practical to keep swapping between logged in accounts, every other google service is with my apps hosted email address.
C'mon google, how long will it take??

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Joseph



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  Reply # 503956 9-Aug-2011 16:42
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Yeah, I was reading about that.  It's a bit disappointing.  I thought there was a work around, something to do with Google Reader?  I didn't read it as I don't have an apps account, but might be worth a look.

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  Reply # 503957 9-Aug-2011 16:42
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I joined, enjoyed it, but now hardly use it or Facebook. I think im getting social network overload....




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