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I've sent some invitations to Google+. Some users signed up, some didn't. I want to avoid sending repeat invitations to those who didn't sign up, but I lost track of who these people are.

Is there any way to see my "sent invitations", specifically for those who have not signed up?

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If you added them to a circle when you sent the invite you can see if they've signed up.

If their name is still an e-mail address rather than a link to a profile then they haven't signed up.

You can also check to see if they've added you to one of their circles.

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If they've signed up with a different mail address then my circled contact will remain email-only, but I usually catch those duplicates. My concern is about those who haven't signed up, whom I don't want to spam with repeated invites. – Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Jul 20 '11 at 9:43
@torbengb - I was sent an invite to a different e-mail than I signed up with, but Google+ seems to have been clever enough to sort that out. – ChrisF Jul 20 '11 at 9:47
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I have created extra circles to keep track of this:

  • to be invited
  • invited but not accepted yet
  • don't invite (people who've told me they don't want G+)
  • deprecated profiles (for people who've signed up twice, this circle hold their old account so that G+ won't keep on suggesting that I add them.)
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