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Here is the best solution for your problem Click the Gear in the top right Select Settings. Click the Accounts tab In the "send mail us:" section, locate the email address you'd like to edit. Click edit info next to the address In the "Name:" section, Specify what you'd like your name to be and click save changes.
As per Google Products Forum update, you can change the account name using various option as before. Your Google account page. Google → Accounts → Edit Profile → click on your name and change it → Save changes Check in Settings for your Send mail as name to make sure it's correct. Open Settings → Accounts → Send mail as → click Edit info and change the ...
You can make the Remove account button appear by logging out of one of the Google accounts that you are logged into.
Below your brother's email address, there is an option "add user." Just click it and log in with your own email address.
To stay signed in after you close the browser (end the session), simply check the Stay signed in-checkbox on the login screen (as Fischer said).
Depending on the setup you have a couple of options. If you're only checking this once then you can use "Private Browsing" / "Incognito Mode" in the browser to log in. Once you close the window your session will be ended and the original login will be left in place. If this is a regular occurrence then you may want to try just using a different browser. ...
Open https://accounts.google.com/ and Sign in with a different account (a link at the bottom of the page). Or login to your operating system (Windows?) with a different username. Or just use another browser. Or use incognito mode in Chrome browser.
If you want to disable the entire system, not just remove a particular account, go to this page https://www.accountchooser.com/learnmore.html Scroll down until you see a button that says “Disable Account Chooser”. After you click it, Gmail won't remember the accounts that have logged in (except if your browser fills in fields, but that's another ...
No, Gmail does not currently have such a feature. It's unlikely that such a feature would be added. (And if such a did feature did exist, what's to stop your hypothetical attacker from knowing about it, and sending himself an e-mail to make sure that you didn't activate it.)
The answer depends upon what you mean by "given my Gmail ID" If you signed up to those sites using your email address and created a password, then your inbox or archive should have messages from those sites verifying your registration. If you instead used your Google ID to log in to these sites "with Google" authentication, here are the easy steps to find ...
You can find this only if you get an automated reply (or) confirmation message from the respective website and you can perform manual search. Now the GMail ID which you used for signing up to websites is just like open source id and many website would have this ID in their database but GMail will have the reference only if it gets reply from those website. ...
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