I did the free trial. Then I got a new iPad Pro and installed the app on it. Now when I try and start a project, it asks me if I want to purchase the software. When I click on it it says I have already purchased it. I just don’t know what is going on.
I have the same problem
I’ll get a ticket filed on our end to investigate.
I’m also curious to learn more about the way that you’ve got your device/app/accounts configured.
- Are you signed in to both your old device and the new device (and the Apple App Store) with the same Apple ID?
- Are you trying to sign in to SketchUp using the same Trimble Account (same sign in option, same email address, etc) on both the old and new devices?
@MikeTadros I am having the same issue it might seem - my subscription through my Apple ID not getting picked up as before.
Just to update as my other post has been deleted. I get the same for iPad as I do for my MacBook Pro’s Safari when signing in with Apple ID - says it’s a free account. Ok not sure it’s solely an iPad issue but more an issue with not getting the subscription from Apple.
Check the (general) iPad Settings > Apple ID > iCloud > Hide email addresses to see the sites/apps use which private_relay address.
The email is hidden for Trimble, which it always has been. This shouldn’t prevent the subscription being seen against my Apple ID though. Other subscriptions are fine with it
If you took the 7 day trial on your iPad, that would have been handled by Apple, and they would know your Apple ID email address. If you sign into Trimble with Apple, and with the email hidden, you are then seen as a different person.
If I knew your Apple ID email I should be able to look up whether it’s the one with the Go subscription.
The hidden email is email@example.com, hence the mad username.
Not sure if I did the trial or not. But bought the subscription with the email hidden.
If you bought the subscription directly on a Trimble web site, with Sign In with Apple, then I’m not sure why it wouldn’t be working.
If you go into Settings, Apple ID, Password & Security, Apps Using Apple ID, see if there is only one Trimble entry, and no SketchUp entries.
Nothing for SketchUp, only “App ID for Trimble Identity”.