I have heard some reports that:
Entering the shown text ("reCAPTCHA V1 IS SHUTDOWN") will let you pass.
Entering any text will let you pass.
But if that's not true, then you'll have to wait until the site is updated.
Tricking the site itself should be impossible for a properly programmed website. Most bypass methods instead rely on convincing reCAPTCHA's ...
Gmail has now been integrated (and has been for some time) into the Google Feedback tool.
To get to this tool, go into your Gmail inbox, and click on the Gear (Settings).
Select "Send Feedback" and the Feedback tool will allow you to describe your problem and highlight/censor certain parts of a screenshot.
This Stack Overflow answer explains how the JS bit works
This is the code in charge of it. Looks like it is based on a time
computation being mapped to a number of ...
The reason for this is that, for a number of security reasons, browsers have limited capability to interact with the operating system's clipboard. If you think about it, this makes sense as the content within a browser window/tab runs as an isolated sandboxed environment to prevent possible malicious interaction with the OS.
As such, alternatives have to ...
In Gmail there is an IMAP Connection limit of 15 simultaneous connections. Web browser users should be ok, but tablet and phone users may receive the error message, 'Too many simultaneous connections' and then have imap be subsequently blocked.
Do you also want to allow the same level of access to the account to all users? Someone could get wily and ...
try clicking this link, it may fix your problem:
What happens is this: Google saves a state of your "current language" in their servers. They probably use this to customize ads for you.
This "?hl=en" parameter tells Google you prefer a different language (English in this example). It works across all their services.
The Google Drive web app gets around a security feature on the browser.
Without this security feature, a script on any web page you open could grab sensitive data from your clipboard.
When you right-click in Google Drive, the script on that page shows the menu, and when you select "Paste" from that menu it calls another function in the script that attempts ...
Below link shows how to send feedback for Google's product:
Help improve Google’s products .
If you want to send the feedback to the Google photos team click on below link:
Welcome to the Photos Help Center.
Or you can join Google Photos Help Community to start a discussion. You will get expert comments here.
This must have changed as I was just able to change my user name on the Google Voice Help Forum. Here is what I did.
While in the forum (e.g. https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/voice for Google Voice), click the settings icon and select "Membership and email settings". I think your display name may be specific to each Forum so you might have to ...
You can "nickname" your email using plus-sign addressing (plus-sign suffixing).
So, for instance you can sign up using these emails:
And they will all be delivered to email@example.com, providing that you are using GMail. This will allow you to keep one username and password, in your case ...
No, there's no public bug tracking system for those Google products. Sometimes Google employees participate in discussions in forums, like here: http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/docs/2E9tLNWdhAw
Note that Google Employees have the small Google icon next to their name.
If you are a Google Apps for Business customer, you might be eligible for ...
You could try setting up a collaborative inbox in Google Groups - http://www.googlegooru.com/how-to-setup-a-collaborative-inbox-in-google-groups/
This would allow an administrator to manage members' access to the group content, permissions for posting, etc. rather than giving every member the same permissions (which could be a problem if you're giving 100+ ...
You are absolutely right that this can be confusing sometimes. In case of Uber it is especially weird since the Google search result for 'Uber app login' shows
Sign In. Connect with Facebook. or use email. Email. Password. Remember Me. Sign In. Forgot Password. Don't have an account? Sign Up.
and the Uber page itself does not offer this option. However ...
No, there isn't. Google has never offered any option to prevent their corporate pranks. Of course, in the past, most have been ones where you actually need to go to a different URL or are something harmless like changing a site theme.
I can pretty much guarantee that they'll never mess with something as important as email ever again. Certainly not after ...
Zapier has a recipe that can do this.
I've just set it up and tested it and it seems to work well. It creates a new Facebook Page Event when a new Google Calendar entry is created.
So far, I've only got it triggering when a new event is created in G Cal, but it might be possible to get it to go through the G Cal diary and transfer existing events.
There are 2 ways I know of.
The first way, which I haven't tested out because I've never used the site, is Zapier. There are various actions you can choose on this page which seem to include posting events as they are created. I don't know how the post will look, if it works with recurring events, or if it works with user accounts or Like pages only, but it ...
By luck I found it! Here you can set your language settings for when you login to Google.com:
This is a big usability bug in Google. Maybe they don't understand that if you write "Settings" in a language I don't know I'm never gonna figure it out even if you put it right in front of my face! Excuse the rant.
It looks like this will be happening automatically over time. Here's the relevant portion of the Google Help page on the feature.
If you’re a longtime Google Play Music user, you don’t need to re-upload your files to have them matched. In the next few months, we'll automatically match what we can of your existing library.
So, I had the same problem as Danny.
I used my Google login to create a Trello account, and didn't appreciate the 1 tacked onto the end of my username.
Surprisingly, the following worked....
Note that I had 2 accounts, was an invited member of a private board (tied to the "wrong" username) and still got it ALL sorted out to my liking. Goldilocks would be ...
I did not find any answer on the web so I felt free to explore. I saw that putting tasks as uncompleted and then marking them as completed UNCLEARS them.
I know it would be hard with a lot of tasks but didn't find another way. Best luck!
I use a particular task list for packing for trips. It's gotten quite extensive over the years. The only way I've found that keeps me from unchecking every task in my list is that I've created a handful of primary tasks, each of those contain many sub-tasks. So when I check the primary task it'll mark all of the sub-tasks as complete. Conversely when you ...
If you have no backup options available, then you can fill out an account recover form.
Here is what google says to do if you have no backup available.
Sign in to your account with your username and password.
On the verification code challenge page, click Other ways to get a verification code?
Click "I no longer have access to any of these."
I eventually just removed them manually. The quickest process I found for doing so was:
Visit http://www.blogger.com/manage-blogs-following.g and log into your Google account if not already.
Click on the Settings link next to one of the blogs in the list
Don't click on Stop following this site in the window that pops up. Instead, click on the Sites you've ...
I never saw a "overlay" ad on a Stack Exchange site that looked like that (overlays the question list, with a close button on the top right).
Besides the fact that the ad itself looks and sounds suspect (all "earn thousands of dollars for a few hours working from home" ads are suspect, especially when they use the name of a company like Google, but ...