Google – stop knock about your most loyal users

I’ve been a Google Apps customer for many years and it truly is a great service. But I really wish Google would explain why they treat us paying customers as lesser users. Every apps-user can testify on the total chaos Google brings upon us. The latest example was tonight when I downloaded the new version of Latitude. ”Check-ins are not currently available on Google Apps accounts”. Same old story. This time it’s a small issue – but a troublesome indication of the continuation of the bigger problem. Google Apps accounts are almost impossible to use in Google-land.

The examples of trouble are endless. Not only do we see numerous services that won’t let us login and use them with our apps account, but others just quit on us – despite the promises of change. Google Analytics is only one of the many services that has been a total mess ever since the transition was launched.

But whatever. Long story short: could Google please explain why they continue to abuse this specific user base? Is it really such a bad thing to be a paying customer?

3 thoughts on “Google – stop knock about your most loyal users”

  1. Vi på har faktiskt inte apps utan kör med privatkonton. Det är ingenting jag ångrar det allra minsta när jag läser sådana här bloggposter. Det funkar i 999 fall av 1000 helt utmärkt att använda privatkonton och en extern mail-leverantör som kör alias mot dessa.

    Jag tror, dessutom att det är med flit. Att US Gov-kunderna inte vill att deras anställda ska använd Google på samma sätt som vi andra. Men det är bara vad jag tror.


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