Allow your users to invite – via email – their friends and colleagues to check out their blog and sign up at your site!

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Configuring the email is a snap for Administrators
Sending the invite is a snap for users
This is what invitees will see.

Our Invite plugin allows you to send invitations to friends and colleagues. Users can include a personal message along with the invitation.

As you can imagine, this is pretty powerful stuff, the real fans of your site can collectively contact tens of thousands of people telling them how great it is!

If you’re an advanced developer type, you can even integrate this with a system that will allow your users to import their email contacts from web based email services like hotmail, yahoo or gmail – and then email the lot of them!

Below is it in action at Edublogs:

Prompt your users to invite those they know.

And then sending the message is a snap.

Looking for detailed installation instructions? Click here


For help with installing plugins please refer to our Plugin installation guide.

1. Install the Invite Plugin.

2. Navigate to Network Admin > Plugins and Network activate it there.

Note: If you have an older version of the plugin installed in /mu-plugins/ please delete it.

Developers wishing to incorporate import facilities should consult the forums.

To Configure:

Easily configure the plugin under Network Admin > Settings > Invite Settings

To Use:

Invite ability is available under any Site Admin > Users > Invites.

Just Type Your Special Message, Enter the email addresses and hit Send Invite(s)

Example of email invite sent using our plugin :

Isn’t that super easy ?

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