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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.