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Topic # 94992 23-Dec-2011 13:43
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As thread title says, I couldnt get into the closed beta with a key due being under 18 but now it has been fully opened but I still cannot access it. Still getting the "This feature is not available for your account. You must be over a certain age to use this feature. Learn more." error message....

Any ideas? 

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  Reply # 560996 23-Dec-2011 15:30
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Are you using a Google Apps account?  You'll need to enable the service in the admin panel first.



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  Reply # 560999 23-Dec-2011 15:36
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How would I go about that? Couldnt find anything like that under settings

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 561014 23-Dec-2011 16:31
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I am under 18 and am still getting that message. I have given up on g+, if they lock out the young audience - they won't be able to catch on.




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  Reply # 561023 23-Dec-2011 17:12
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naggyman: I have given up on g+ they won't be able to catch on.


Yeah, you and the rest of the world. 
 




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