If you are unable to access your Workspace in the Classroom it could be because you have 3rd party cookies disabled in your browser. Workspaces need to set a 3rd party cookie to enable access.
There is no security risk to our cookie, but if you are concerned about 3rd party cookies in general, you can keep 3rd party cookies disabled and still make an exception for our cookie, which is on the domain udacity-student-workspaces.com.
Enable 3rd Party Cookies in Chrome
- Go to Chrome > Preferences.
- In the search box, search for "Content settings".
- Select Content Settings.
- Select Cookies.
- Disable Block Third Party Cookies (alternatively, add [*.]udacity-student-workspaces.com to the Allow field)
For more information, check out Google's instructions on how to manage cookies in Chrome.
Enable 3rd Party Cookies in Safari
- Go to Preferences.
- Select the Privacy tab.
- Under the Cookies and Website Data section, choose Allow from websites I visit.
Enable 3rd Party Cookies in Firefox
By default, Firefox stores cookies of websites you visit. If you've disabled this you will need to re-enable it.
- Click the three lines in the upper-right corner, then click Preferences. Or go to Preferences on a Mac.
- With the preferences open, note that there's an option to turn on Firefox's Do Not Track option. Below the Tracking preferences, click Remember History and then select Use custom settings for history option.
- From the Custom History Settings screen, click the drop-down list next to Accept third-party cookies and then choose From Visited.
For more information, check out Firefox's instructions on how to enable cookies.
Enable 3rd Party Cookies in Edge
- Tap or click on the three dots in the upper-right corner of the browser window. Select Settings at the bottom of the menu.
- In Settings tap or click on View advanced settings.
- Under the Cookies heading click the drop-down menu and deselect Block only third party cookies.