My apologies for the inconvenience everyone.
We have been experiencing intermittent Education Community system issues affecting new member registrations, which for the most part seem to be resolved.
Clicking on the activation link from your previous email should now successfully complete the activation process and allow you to access your full student benefits.
Please let me know if anyone is still experiencing account issues and I'll gladly help troubleshoot accordingly.
when I log In with my account it always appear the next message "Your account has not yet been activated. If you have not received your activation email, please enter your email address below to resend the email".
I click on button "resend" and it says:
Registration email successfully resent.
Still having trouble? Please open a ticket via our Problem form and our support team will manually activate your account.
I tried for at least 5 times but never got an registration email. I also checked my spam folder and I changed the block permission the accept any email and still I didn't received any email from autodesk.
I hope someone can help me out
Thank you so much!
I have manually activated your account and you should now be able to access the Education Community normall.
Welcome to the Community!
There was a small "hiccup" in the Education Community that was causing the error, however it has just been corrected.
Can you please try this action again, making sure that you clear your cookies / cache for the best result.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you very much for your patience. Please let me know if you need further assistance.
I have the same exact froblem here but mine doesn't say activation email sent, it just stays on the same page and doesn't do anything. You can see chrome spinnning and trying to load something though
I have manually activated your Education Community Account.
Do try logging back in and let us know if you still encounter any errors.
I've just made the necessary adjustments to your Education Community account and you now should be able to access your full student benefits.