There’s a waitlist, and there’s a queue
The waitlist opened some months ago with people signing up to be the first to get the chance to access the app at a time there was no app. We appreciate their willingness to trust us with their email This support also helped us to prove to the world that there was a demand for a new kind of account. There are over 2500 of people on this list (and it closes in … minutes)
Once the app was developed and made available for testing, users have been able to download and install it, and even go through the account application process. Once they do this, they are in a queue to get access to the full app. The queue is mainly so we can test everything to ensure that when we let users in, it all works, so we get them to come through the doors in an orderly fashion.
Note: downloading the app does not put you on the waiting list.
We promised to give those on the original waitlist, who have been waiting patiently for months, the first chance to check out the app. So this is what determines the order that the invite codes will be sent out, rather than the order you installed the app.
Does this explain it better?
I believe it was the 18th of November 2018.