After giving this some thought, I think the extinction of G+ is Narrative's single most important opportunity for robust growth, and I really hope the @Narrative Network Team devotes some resources towards it, and joins the conversation.
There are literally millions of users who are looking for the right platform to migrate to. MeWe and Diaspora already have an advantage becoming their destination: they are fully operational, and many of the G+ communities have already opted for them, creating a bit of a trend.
I strongly believe Narrative should join the fray and convince some of these communities Narrative is worth potentially a small wait. Our alpha is starting to be engaging enough for those who join it to see where Narrative is heading, and with content drafting, it will be a solid option for G+ members to be active here.
If we can embrace just 10% of G+ users in the coming months, that's about 600,000 users. Think about it.
Growth momentum is the lifeblood of any platform at launch time, and it doesn't matter how incredible the platform is: if that growth momentum does not materialise, the result is stagnation.
Lets get creative and figure out the best way to onboard G+ refugees. I hope to see other community members jump in the thread and pitch in on the effort. I've been posting to Google+ communities since yesterday, with good results.
But again - this also has to be supported by the @Narrative Network Team. A few community members aren't going to be able to do all the heavy lifting on their own.