If you choose to sign out of any account while using multiple sign-in, you will be signed out of all your accounts. To resume using multiple sign-in, you will need sign in to one account and then use the Add Account option to sign in to your other account(s).
As of June 2017 transferring ownership of Google Analytics accounts is accomplished by adding a new user with administrative permissions, then deleting the previous user.
To add a new user with administrative permissions:
Click Admin at the bottom of the left navigation menu to view the Administration page.
From there, select the account, then click User ...
As far as I can tell, you can't directly change your password the web site or the Android app (I don't know about iOS). You can, however, request that they reset your password.
Log out of the web site (if you're currently logged in)
Instead of logging back in, click "Forgot password"
Follow the instructions
You can view your reviews from your profile
go to your profile by clicking on your name
click on Profile under Ordering and shopping preferences section
find the review you want to view
and view it, edit it or delete a review you wish
Short answer: no, your Google Apps admin can NOT see your web search or YouTube history.
I'm a Super-Admin (highest level) for my company under Apps for Business, and I can't find any YouTube or web history activity via my Admin console.
What I can do is see a log of email going in and out, and enable or disable Chrome history syncing for my users (but ...
In Gmail go to Settings and then select accounts and scroll down to Change Account Settings.
Go to Change password recovery options in the 'Change account settings' section.
Click Edit next to the mobile phone number and simply edit the number
Click Save to make your changes.
Google is probably using information that it has not specifically requested of you during the password reset process in order to verify your ownership of the account. Specifically, tokens stored on your computer, and your IP address.
I had a similar experience to yours, which initially alarmed me, and tested the above theory by using the Tor browser to ...
As of September 22, 2015
If you passed away you have 2 options, and actually you can tell it to Facebook in advance by going to the Facebook settings then security
request for memorialization upon death
request for account deletion upon death
Facebook has a form for deceased person namely Special Request for Deceased Person's Account, see the form here.
Have a look at this FAQ entry
Currently, there's no way to change the default language of your profile once you've set it up in a particular language. Many people who speak multiple languages choose to create a secondary profile for each language. Viewers will see your profile in the language most relevant to them. All language profiles will show up in ...
Go to your Application Keys (https://secure.backblaze.com/app_keys.htm). Use the keyId:
NOTE: The terminology for the Master Application Key ID was recently changed from being called the Account ID. If you are using an integration where the terminology has not been updated to reflect our change, the Master Application Key ID will work in place of the ...
Click on "Accounts and Lists" near the top right-hand corner
Click "Your Account"
Look at the "Ordering and Shopping Preferences" box and click on "Your Amazon Profile"
Click on your review under "Community Activity"
Note: If there is nothing there, your review is still being processed
Deleted items is not a system label like Spam or Trash (Bin if you are using English-UK), it's a custom label. You could add it manually, by adding or connecting the third-party app that created it for you if there is any that did that.
In regarding of deleted messages being moved to Deleted items instead of the Trash/ Bin label, Gmail web interface by ...
Yahoo is not trying to charge you $100 to recover your account. That's a scammer, possibly the person(s) who hacked your account in the first place.
To recover your Yahoo account, click the link at the Yahoo login page that says "Can't access your account?". Then follow the instructions.
Go to your account in the right hand corner
Find the setting and click on it
Near the bottom towards the right there is some linked text that says "Delete my account"
Simple click on it hit the checkboxes that show and delete both your account and all of your images.
Imgur support page
you have three options:
1. browser auto logoff on exit
By removing your browsing history as soon as you close the browser, this makes sure that no one sees or uses your history if you are sharing the same computer, you have to search inetcpl.cpl in run menu - WINKEY + R - there you will get Internet properties menu there you have to select Delete browsing ...
The Chrome browser allows you to have separate "users" now. Go to "Users" > "Add New User". Each user has different extensions, logs into chrome with a different email address, and best of all it saves which tabs and active logins each user has open. So you'll have two separate browser windows but this should definitely solve the problem. Just don't ...
You should be just fine. Uninstall Dropbox, then delete the Dropbox folder and its contents. (Not the other way around.) That should not affect your files saved in Dropbox.
To be safer, right-click on the Dropbox app in your Notification Area, choose the gear, and then "Exit from Dropbox" before you proceed. That will ensure there's not synchronization ...
Short answer: Maybe
Google has a support page for recovering a deleted Google account. Here's the salient information from that page:
If you deleted your Google Account, you have a short amount of time to try to recover it. You can then sign in with this account to Gmail, Google Play, and other Google products.
To see if you can recover your account:
You can change password on Android, but it's incredibly hidden and very poor UX given how much they pour into the other parts of the app.
Open the app on your device.
Tap the hamburger menu (3
horizontal lines) in the upper left.
Tap 'Settings' to go to your
Where you see your name, number and email, tap that (it's a button!).
Facebook allows you memorialise or deactivate the Facebook account. Taking action in relation to the deceased person's Facebook account as quickly as possible is highly recommended. You can close your account by using a service like enclosure.com.au (which closes all of the person's social networking accounts) or by going straight to Facebook.
Anyone can easily create a test Facebook account via the following page. It’s officially intended for security researchers, and there are various limitations. See the page below for more info:
This must have changed as I was just able to change my user name on the Google Voice Help Forum. Here is what I did.
While in the forum (e.g. https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/voice for Google Voice), click the settings icon and select "Membership and email settings". I think your display name may be specific to each Forum so you might have to ...
Yes. Free Google Apps accounts that have not been used for a year will be deactivated. The administrator will first receive some warning emails like this:
"We noticed that you haven’t used your Google Apps account for the domain domain.net in over a year. Please let us know if you’d like to keep this account.
If we don’t hear from you in 30 days, your ...
I finally figured out a way to make Chrome sign out on closing the browser.
There are two settings that need to be set:
In Chrome go to settings...click Advanced...click Content settings...click cookies..."keep local data only until you close your browser" should be turned ON.
In Chrome go to settings...click Advanced...scroll to ...
Go to https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery
Choose lost username
Enter recovery email (if you don't know what was it, try testing all of your other email ids)
This is the only way you can get your id back. That's why Gmail is secure. Phone number is used only for authentication, not for recovery process.