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Trouble signing in to Google Contacts

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by phyljack1, Sep 21, 2019.

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  1. phyljack1

    phyljack1 Thread Starter

    Nov 9, 2002
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    Had trouble signing into Google Mail . I successfully set my password for Google Mail and I am able to also log into Google Calendar. Problem now is that I cannot access Contacts.

    I'm asked to sign in to continue but first verify it's you. My wife and I have Google passwords and when I continued her name pops up. Clicking the down arrow, I get both names and am asked to click on mine.
    I do that.
    The next screen goes back to asking me to sign in again, I click the down arrow again and still cannot continue after clicking my name.

    So, what should I do?
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  3. Couriant

    Couriant Trusted Advisor

    Mar 26, 2002
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    It sounds like both accounts are cached in. Google is notorious for caching issues.

    To make sure that the issue is not with your account, go into Incognito Mode (3 dots on the top right, select New Incognito Window) and then go to https://contacts.google.com/ (or if you are viewing this site in Chrome, simply right click on the URL and choose Open link in incognito window) and sign in. If this works then just clear the cache, and also make sure both of you have the habit of signing out of Google.
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