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Google Inbox Users Can Now Invite Others to Join

Google Inbox Users Can Now Invite Others to Join

If you’re still waiting for an invite to Inbox, Google’s new app that rethinks email, we have good news: Just bug your friends who already have it.

The service, which is still in beta, rolled out to limited users on Wednesday. Users who emailed inbox@google.com could request an invitation, but only Google employees had the ability to invite others. But now, that’s changed.

If you have Inbox, just hover over the “+” icon (or tap it on iOS or Android), and look for the golden-ticket icon above the “Compose” icon. It says “Invite to Inbox.” Select it, and enter the email address of the person you want to invite.

I was allotted three Inbox invitations, but the number that users can send out will probably increase, as Google allows more people to join the service.

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