Why do I have 2 google docs with the same Google account?
I use Gmail to manage my domain name emails so I can access Google docs using 2 ways:
while in inbox I click on the document link (alreday logged in),
go via my google account page and login (with the very SAME email account as above)
This should send me to the same location, right?
Well, in the first case I go at: https://docs.google.com/a/mydomain.com/#all
And the second is http://docs.google.com/#all
And this is totally different DOCUMENTS, even different settings.
I can send pictures in PM to a Google rep.
Please, don't give me your preference, feelings about which one to use, I just want ONE place for documents related to ONE account, period.
Please Google give us an answer.
I had a Google account AND a Google apps account.
My docs were on the Google account, but when someone tried to share documents with me it went to the Google Apps account. This is because I have my own domain, and Google Apps is set up for a company to share docs. Google Apps basically intercepts any documents that are shared with ANY email address in my domain and place them in the Google Apps version of Google docs.
I have now deleted my Google Apps account (a trial in itself which can take up to 5 days) and will shortly get someone to share some files with me to see what happens.
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