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Problem to start using Gantter in Google Apps !

I can't do anything in my Gantter which is installed as a google app. I have an account on gantter as well as (obviously) Google Apps. What's wrong here ?
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  • we need to know what "can't do anything" means to answer this question.

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  • I am not the OP and I can see this is a old thread. But for the sake of anyone else finding this on the web, I can confirm the OP's concern. It appears that something is wrong with the Gantter Google App for Chrome. To be clear, I CAN easily use Gantter when typing app.gantter.com directly into a browser and using my Google apps account to login. Easy. No problem.

    But if I add the Gantter Google App to the Chrome Browser and then try to access Gantter using the icon that the App installs into the Chrome tab, then I end up in an endless login circle. The Gantter App requests my Google App login, it gets validated, but the App transfers back to its own login screen again instead of the project planning software. Login again, transferred back to login screen. Nasty circle. The only way out of it is to uninstall the Gantter App from Chrome. Immediately the App is uninstalled, the login process to app.gantter.com via my Google Apps account is again smooth and instant.

    There is something wrong with the Gantter Chrome App that is causing this endless loop. The work around is easy, don't install the App.
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