How to create google account/GMAIL


Opening a google account is quite simple to have a phone or device that connects you to the internet, and there are many advantages to using google accounts such as sending and receiving messages by email.
To open an account follow the following procedures

Creating a Google account is fairly simple. You’ll need to provide some basic information, like your name, age, and location. Once you create and verify your account, you’ll be able to use Gmail, Google DocsGoogle Calendar, and many other services.

In this lesson, we’ll show you how to create an account.

Creating an account

In order to create a Google account, you’ll need to enter some information, like your namebirth date, and location. Creating a Google account will automatically create a Gmail email address.

If you have a Gmail address, you already have a Google account so you won’t need to create an account. You can simply sign in to Google using your Gmail information.

To create a Google account:

Go to Locate and select the Sign in button in the top-right corner of the page.

Click Create an account.

The signup form will appear. Follow the directions by entering the required information, such as your name, birth date, and gender.

Review Google’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, click the checkbox, then click Next step.

The Create your profile page will appear. Click Add a photo if you want to add a photo to your profile. If you don’t want to set a profile photo at this time, click Next step.

Your account will be created, and the Google welcome page will appear.

Just like with any online service, it’s important to choose a strong password in other words, one that is difficult for someone else to guess. For more information, review this Creating Strong Passwordslesson from our Internet Safety tutorial.

Until you have created a Google account you need to save your username and passwerd each time you go into a Google account


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