For all google account users that have been waiting to have access to the google plus social networking site but that were unable to do so due to the limitation in getting access to the service, the time has come for you to get it within this short possible time. The service is still in pre-launch mode and once the google+ is officially launched, it is going to be the service that will wrestle facebook as the best social networking site that people will prefer to use all over the world.
Google+ invitation has now been re-opened for everyone to have access to it once again last night. But, the access also has some little kind of limit as the users are advice not to invite large number of people at a time. Google engineering director, Dave Besbris confirm this in a blog post on Wednesday night that Google mainly re-opened the service for a very short-time to enable users to have access to the service but they have to make sure that they do not invite huge number of people as this will affect the service because it is still in testing mode.
“Things are going well with the systems now, so we feel comfortable enough to open invites for a brief period,” he wrote. “Our goal is to double the user base in the field trial.”
He also noted that Google Inc. is not very much concerned about the total amount of users that have been allowed to test the service since the time it was first introduced. He said,
“I wanted to take a moment to explain why we’re growing the system slowly.”Dave added. “First, we want to make sure our infrastructure scales so the service remains fast and reliable. Secondly, we want to make sure that some of the bugs recorded during the testing period are fixed while there are still a relatively few people in the field trial.”
However, since the time when Google disable invitation on the Google+ users, new faces are not allowed to get access to the service and likewise are those that have entered into the service finds it difficult to invite more of their friends. Google has announced that the service will be periodically opened until the official launch of the service where everybody will have access to the service.