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From Sign in to multiple accounts at once - Accounts Help Signing out When you sign out of any account, you’ll be signed out of all your accounts on that browser. If you want to use multiple sign-in again, follow the steps in the “Add your Google Accounts” section above again. To sign out of all accounts: Go to your Google Account ...


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There is no way to block the download option of a shared Google spreadsheet. Instead save it as another file format or create a Web App. References Prevent viewers from downloading a file - Docs editors Help


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This is now baked in to the latest version of Google Maps. Just look up an address, then click the "send to device" link and choose your Android device. Then open the notification on your phone. This has been around for a little while for iOS. (via Lifehacker)


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Was your original Google account created with a gmail address (eg youngster@gmail.coem)? If so, then I don't believe that there is one solution for this. Instead, you need to transfer ownership of the artifacts created by each individual service to the new account. This is more than just taking a copy of the data and making it available to the 2nd ...


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As it seems Google does not have a feature to "save a route offline". After finding this out I was actually surprised to hear it as well as you might be to. Google should definitely be adding a feature like this. To try and help you out a little bit some suggestions for what you could do is: *print the map out *(after you make your route) screenshot the ...


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From Google Help page Recover your username and password: If you ever forget your sign-in information, you can go to Google's password assistance page for help. As you don't remember your username, first select the second option I don't know my username and click on continue and follow the instructions. Once you know the username you can recover your ...


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From Migrate data between Google Apps accounts - Google Apps Help Migrate data between Google Apps accounts If you create a new Google Apps account for your organization, you can migrate your Gmail and Contacts data as well as information in Google Calendar, Drive, and Sites from your old Google Apps account to your new one. You can also ...



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