# Inviting friends to Brilliant.org

When I share my special invitation link to a friend, that webpage says that I invited them and that I get new problems when they create an account. I don't particularly like this, as it seems that I invite them to get new problems, rather than to share this amazing website. For this reason, whenever I think someone would like this website, I send them to the homepage, rather than my invitation page.

I would suggest that we have an option to send friends a link to the home page, while the site still tracks the user that invited them, so we still get awarded new problems.

Note by Tim Vermeulen
4 years, 10 months ago

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Thanks for the insight Tim,

We will consider overhauling the invite system to make it feel more like a recommendation to a website than a plea for problems.

Staff - 4 years, 10 months ago

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