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5/17/17
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T P Johnson

I get an error 400 when trying to access My Maps on My Drive.

This started two weeks ago.  I have several maps on My Drive and cannot open any of them.  The people that I have shared them with can open and edit these maps.  If I share them with myself, I can open and edit them using the link in the email that is sent to me.  However, they do not appear under the "Shared with me" tab and I cannot open them any other way.  I can also preview all of these maps.


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barryhunter
5/17/17
barryhunter
Yes, this is a known problem. 

Can access them direct from mymaps.google.com

but something with the drive intergration is broken. 
Google user
5/17/17
Google user
I am having a problem with this as well right now and I am trying to work so its driving me crazy.  I called Google and they just refer me to this forum.  How can a billion dollar corporation not have tech support??
5/17/17
Original Poster
T P Johnson
Thanks. Your link worked fine.
barryhunter
5/17/17
barryhunter
 
How can a billion dollar corporation not have tech support??


They have the money, because not spending on tech support :-O

 
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5/18/17
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Thanks barryhunter for the link. 
I've got the same "error 404" problem and was having to access my map via "google maps" and then "your places" in the menu.
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barryhunter
5/30/17
barryhunter
One trick I happened across is just to add &authuser=0 to the end of the link (or =1 etc). (ie click the link in drive. When get the robot image, saying error 400, add that onto end. then it seem to work. )

but find it easier just to use mymaps.google.com as mentioned above. 
 
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