Hello, I still can’t get my users in when using a Microsoft account and Office 365. I’ve resorted to trying Google accounts as below:
Perhaps someone could clarify the following - on the Sketchup for schools page it states:
In light of the current COVID-19 situation and the closing of primary and secondary schools in many parts of the world, we want to inform you of ways you and your students can access SketchUp from home.
Our browser product for primary and secondary schools, SketchUp for Schools, will be available to everyone through June 30th without the previous requirement of your school subscribing to Google Apps for Education or Microsoft Education platforms. You and your students can use a personal or school email to sign in, but it still requires your email to be a Google or Microsoft account.
Simply go to https://edu.sketchup.com/app/ and get started.
Yet when I sign in with a personal Google account I then get the message:
It looks like you’re having trouble signing in. Make sure you’ve enabled pop-up windows for SketchUp, then complete sign in using the pop-up window that appears.
Please note: SketchUp for Schools is only available for students and teachers in primary and secondary education programs.
In order to access, ensure that:
- You are using a G Suite for Education or Microsoft Education account, and
- Your account administrator has enabled SketchUp for Schools on your domain.
Aren’t these two things contradictory? The first states that we can sign in with a personal Google account - the second then stops it and says it must be a Google account connected to G Suite for Education.