Google's multiple sign-on capability helps you manage more than one of your accounts simultaneously. Signing-in to a different account when you're already signed-in, would link both your accounts (on the client side). And on each additional sign-in, each of the accounts are linked to one other. Signing-out from one account would implicitly mean that you sign-...
Facebook will not allow anybody to access a deceased user's account.
Please note, to protect the privacy of our members, we cannot provide anyone with login information for accounts.
You can submit requests for deceased family members' accounts through Facebook's help center:
Deceased users - special requests allows for family members to make special ...
If you registered the account email@example.com then you aren't going to get emails addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org as that would be a totally different account.
I tested this with my own Gmail account and I get bounce back saying the account doesn't exist. You probably didn't get a bounce back because the account (email@example.com) does exist - it must ...
Click on Admin (top right), then on the account you would like to transfer. Click on the Users tab, then New User button. Enter an email address, select Administrator option, and click Add User. Now the user that was just added can remove you from the account, effectively transferring everything.
There are old posts floating around that make it seem ...
Goto your mail settings, accounts and import and you see "Send mail as:" from all your eligible mail accounts. Click the "Make default" link next to your desired id.
If you don't see your preferred mail id then please follow this link
Gmail support states -
I want to retrieve my deleted account
Residual copies of deleted messages and accounts may take up to 60
days to be deleted from our active servers and may remain in our
backup systems for an additional period of time. If you delete your
Gmail address but wish to have it back, we work to help you recover
your deleted ...
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 ...
It is not neccessary to go through the deactivation 2 week wait, you can delete your account directly at:
If you do not think you will use Facebook again and would like your account deleted, we can take care of this for you. Keep in mind that you will not be able to reactivate your account or retrieve any of the ...
I think you probably don't need to.
I did the same thing, because I didn't notice the Google option at first. When I logged in with Google later, it showed me the same information as with my original account.
Just to make sure, I logged out, then logged in with my original account (Gmail address and Trello password), and it showed me the same information. ...
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
This is a request we've heard a few times already - at the moment, you can't. The workaround is to create a new account with the desired email address, then log in as the old account, and add the new account to any boards and organizations owned by the old account. Now grant co-ownership of the board to the new account (click on the gravatar on the board and ...
It is best to paper mail Facebook, rather than using 'report' links. It have tried this before and action was taken within 7 days of mailing a letter to them.
Their maling address is... Facebook
156 University Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94301-1605
You can only change your Facebook username once. If you have already changed it then there is no way to change it again. You would have to setup a new account and claim a new username that way.
The option to change your username is in Account Settings > Settings > Username. If that option is not available then you cannot change your username.
Taken from ...
From their terms of service:
Suspension and Termination
21) You can terminate your access to the website and our services at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting termination. However, we will not provide any part- refund for any time not used on any subscription you may have.
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.
I don't think you have any issues there. You'll only run in to trouble if you create a Google Profile with that account. Gmail ≠ Google Profile. (That said, have you considered Google Apps?)
I have several Gmail accounts. One I use to keep my gaming separate from my regular e-mail. Others a placeholders for my kids. Only my main account has a Google Profile....
I'm very sorry to hear about your experience.
If you are able to access the account, I would strongly recommend going through the Gmail Security Checklist. Since the intruder was able to get in a second time, it's highly likely that they have access to one of your recovery methods (backup email address, answer to the security question, etc) or they have ...
What happens? Well, depending on the path you follow, different things.
For example, you can be asked to fill out a form that asks you questions regarding information relating to your account, as is described in this article. Then, as that article says, someone at Facebook reviews the information and checks it against what they already have.
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 ...
The two are unrelated; it’s not Gmail that sends the message, but Facebook. To turn this feature on, go to Account Setting → Security → Login Notifications.
However, there is a caveat: it only works for new devices, that you haven’t used to connect to Facebook before.
We can notify you when your account is accessed from a computer or mobile device that ...
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).
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 ...
If you have created the YouTube account after May 2009, which I am guessing you have, then there is no way that you can unlink the YouTube account from your Google account.
AFAIK not even raising a support ticket with YouTube will enable you to unlink your accounts.
Taken from this YouTube Help Article
Only certain types of YouTube Accounts
can unlink ...