TOTP 2FA can only be used as a secondary/backup 2-factor authentication method on Google accounts, and you must set up 2-factor authentication with one of the three supported primary 2FA methods (I suggest using your FIDO U2F security key — see below for instructions on getting that working) prior to being able to set up and use TOTP as a 2FA method with ...
Remove the Gmail service from your Google Account. In order to be able to do this you will need an email address that is not used as the primary or alternative email address of another Google Account. For step by step instructions please read the official help article:
Delete your Gmail service
Can I re-create deleted Gmail accounts?
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Your best bet to get effective help when you already tried "all" to recover a Google Account is https://support.google.com/accounts/community
There a Product Expert (not an employee) a Product Specialist or a Community Manager could reply to your post providing additional guidance if it applies.
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Go to myaccount.google.com/security (or security.google.com).
Click the 2-Step Verification option.
You'll probably be prompted for your password to verify it's you.
Scroll to the bottom to Devices you trust. Choose "Revoke all". (Unfortunately, you can't change them piecemeal.)
Now you'll be prompted for the "second step" wherever you're trying to sign ...
The file upload question requires that the respondent is signed in by using a Google account.
Regarding the "Can't reach this page", the most straight forward solution is to clear the cookies and delete the cache of your web browser. Then sign in again to your account.
Regarding being lock out from time to time, for security reasons, Google will ask to sign-in again in the web browser every certain time.
"Perhaps the ability to sign out of a single account has been removed?"
I am afraid you are correct.
It has nothing to do with the kind of the operating system (Mac, Windows, Linux etc) you use.
It also has nothing to do with the browser you use (being Chrome, FireFox, Safari etc).
It is ALL about the browser you are logged into from.
As per the ...
The photo could come from Gmail or from https://myaccount.google.com
NOTE: Recently Google announced that both places will use the same photo.
Set profile picture for Gmail and all Google apps
From Sign in to multiple accounts at once
What a default account is
In many cases, your default account is the one you signed in with first. On mobile devices, your default account can vary depending on your device's operating system and the apps you use.
To change the default account, sign out of all your Google accounts then first sign-in by using ...
When you delete an email account the people who you sent email to can still read the email. This is because the message now exists in their email system.
This is true no matter who runs the email systems. They can be a web based mail system (Gmail, yahoo...) or a computer based email system like outlook.
What is lost when a email account is closed/...
Turns out I can check "Anyone with the link can edit" in the Sharing menu on Google Sheets and anonymous edits do in fact trigger the scripts successfully. The only thing that doesn't work in my case are toast messages (they don't show up for anonymous users) and the executions don't get tracked in the dashboard, which makes it impossible to accurately track ...
Only users with edit access to the spreadsheet are able to fire through their actions on edit / on change triggers.
The alternative is to create a web application setting it to run as the script owner by anyone. The overview about how to create such web application are on https://developers.google.com/apps-script/guides/web.
Be careful with those emails asking to do anything to keep access to your account as they usually are scams / phishing attempts.
Bear in mind that passwords are not stored on the web browser cookies / cache but some web browsers like Chrome could save them in a special storage space. The cookies that could be deleted are those that save information about ...
Google is transforming how they are informing users how their information is being handled. As today, March 1st., 2010, on https://myaccount.google.com/data-and-personalization we could find widget showing the total storage space used but to find which files are the largest we should go to each of the three apps that use that space: Gmail, Google Drive and ...
Simon, it took me forever to find this, but this link appears to work. As long as your child's account birth date is under 18 years old.
First you sign into the parent account, and then the child account. The child account then "approves" supervision, and effectively becomes a managed child's account.
Generally, Chrome keep signed in if you forget to sign out. But you can sign out from all the devices any time.
From Google Help:
Sign out from another computer
If you forgot to sign out of your email on another computer, you can remotely sign out of Gmail.
In the bottom right corner, click Details > Sign out all other web ...