Google Apps Users (Finally) Get Google+

Just when I had all but given up on ever getting invited to the Google+ party, I come home tonight and see that Google has, finally, enabled Google+ for Google Apps users.


This is great news.  Period.

I happily set up my Profile, and added a few people to my Circles.


I’m a little concerned that the train may have left the station, and that people already have their Circles filled, but only time will tell.

Here’s my Google+ page, if you’re interested.  I’ll be spending some time this weekend exploring Google+ and trying to create some traction.

We’ll see how it goes.  But either way, it’s good to have the ability to use Google+.

Late, but good nonetheless.

6 thoughts on “Google Apps Users (Finally) Get Google+

  1. Wow.  I don’t get this at all.  It seems if you’re doing enterprise, domain-only use would be a priority.  Maybe Louis Gray will see this and comment.  He’s a friend of mine, and he works for Google+, but I have intentionally not bugged him (directly; I’m sure he sees my rants) about Google+, figuring that they were working to get Apps users in.  It seems to me that the .edu space would be a prime target for G+, since there is no other meaningful private networking option.

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