They can switch to their own, but they still have access to the card you've designated as the family payment method. Google also won't let you limit the use of that card by anyone over 18. It seems designed to stop people from sharing accounts with people outside of their actual, close and highly trusted family members, but it's a crummy way to get there.
What's worked for me, entirely by accident, is designating an invalid card as the family method. I lost and replaced my debit card, and changed my own default payment method to the new, working card, but the family method is set separately and it didn't even occur to me to fix it.
Ah that totally makes sense. I think I'm going to go the route of putting it as a pre-paid debit to be safe.
For the family payment option, each user CAN use the same CC to make purchases. This option would have to be enabled by whomever manages the account. You can turn on purchase approvals so that whenever someone tries to make a purchase they have to get your approval before doing so. This can be set for each family member.
I checked and it looks like I can't turn on purchase approvals for anyone over 18 (which is everyone on the plan) is there an option that pertains specifically to the Family Payment Option?
I upgraded my grandfathered 7.99 sub to a family plan just in case.. I was told we would get the YouTube premium at the same family plan rate.
I'm in the same boat. I loved my lower rate, but seeing that my wife and I had considered the family plan in the future anyway, I figured this was a no brainer. If they try some tomfoolery with grandfathering, I figured you can complain enough to get the $8 plan back afterwards....hopefully.
Man can we have an extra month?
I’m in the middle of a big set of cutting boards that needs to be finished before the 8th of June. If not I’ll be posting my cutting boards. I did a little different than what I see on how a bunch are made at a time so thought I would share
Sorry, but we're locked in to 6 weeks on these contests.
I was surprised to see you post something for once.
I take it that you're rather smitten with the split top on the workbench top. Is that an artifact of working on the Nicholson for so long? Any reason why you'd do a monolithic top?
I vote for the 'something dovetailed' challenge. Project must contain dovetails.
Yeah! This would be good. It would mean my late firewood project still has a use!
If you've already started something it wouldn't be eligible for the next contest. Entries have to be started and finished within the timeframe of project announcement->voting.
You didn't say how you cut the miters. Hand cut or machine cut? Very nice look by the way.
I'm still waiting on the shop pics though.
Yeah, they're all machine cut, but I did some hand cleanup with a smoothing plane to get the corners to close up. I've been meaning to make a miter sled so I can do this easier, but another day.
The shop pics should be up soon. I'm building the new plane till now, and I should have the other tools up on the wall shortly thereafter. Work has been quite a bit more demanding than usual lately and with 60 hour weeks I don't have much time if any to work on things. Hopefully I'll have some time this summer to work, but the stray hour here or there has to suffice for now.
So sick of people raving about blue star. "Omg only TOURISTS go to Voodoo. REAL Portlanders go to Blue Star." We get a lot of people at my office traveling in from out of state so I hear this constantly.
If I wanted to pay $43 for a dozen donuts I'd expect something better than pretentious names and mediocre flavor.
I can't tell you anything exactly, but I suggest adopting the mantra of, "Pick something and do it until it works."
This comes from the idea that people try something and immediately move on because it didn't work out perfectly/the way they thought. If there is a methodology that works for many many people, it can work for you, you just don't have to give up when things don't go north right away.
I always give Marc Spagnuolo (The WoodWhisperer) a recommendation. He's got a huge library of free videos and paid projects for when you're looking for more in depth builds and techniques.
Fortnite already has TONS of invited mobile players lol. I fucking hate to say this, but I think it’s bye bye brawlstars
Having played both I think Fortnite and Brawlstars aren't in the same camp. Brawlstars games are max 2 min long and are a quick pick up and go whereas Fortnite games are something you need to dedicate some real time to.
I dunno, just the way I see the comparison. I hope the devs get their heads back on.
Finally got in after realizing my company wifi was blocking the signin process.
I totally have no idea what I'm doing, but that will come with time. The app itself feels like a desktop port to mobile. The menus and nav are all small and not conducive to smaller screens, which I think would be better adapted with larger buttons and what not.
I'll keep playing and update with gameplay feelings and otherwise.