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You need a new (or another) Google Account with an active Google+ Profile. But do not setup a G+ business Page there yet! You will transfer it together with your YouTube Channel to this new Google Account later. • Then log into your old YouTube Account and link your Channel to a new Google+ business Page. • Next add a new manager for that Goggle+ Page: ...
While you may not be able to merge Google accounts into one, you certainly can manage your e-mail using one Google account. The preferred way to manage multiple accounts is to simply log into multiple accounts at once. Steps: Click your user icon in the top right corner Click Add Account Log into your other account Use this method to switch between ...
It isn't currently possible to merge separate Google Accounts. Source: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/63304?hl=en
If you are referring to Labels ... Gmail still has all your mails under "All mail" , maybe if you setup some smart filters and tick the box to also process existing mails you can restore large parts of your original labels.
if you send an email to yourself, but from your mobile phone, (obviously from any domain except Gmail) you can see the ip address of the phone, with the method used to see the IP of the emails received ..
Log out of both accounts. Then, log in to the Google Account you want as your "default". After that, use "add account" to log yourself in to the second account. Google should use the first account you logged in as a default whenever you visit one of their apps. You might need to clear some browser caches to be sure you sign into the accounts in the right ...
Follow these steps: Account > Security > 2-step Verification Setting > Registered Computers > Require Codes
This works: On your Gmail mail box look at the bottom right corner and you can see a Details button. Click on it and then on the pop up window change the suspicious warning settings. Source : https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/EMq9NNkjDD0
You can't do anything to an account you don't control. Your question is a little unclear, but as I understand you, right now, you don't control your account, because you don't have access to it until you get a new password. So, you can't do anything to the account. Even if you did have access to the account, there is no such thing as "turning off" a Google ...
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