Monday, August 8, 2016

Some Important URLs you should know as a Google User

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Google stores everything privately and here are the 10 important links (URLs) that will unlock everything Google knows about you. They are hidden somewhere deep inside your Google Account dashboard and they may reveal interesting details about you that are otherwise only known to Google. Let’s dive in.

# FIRST URL
The First and the Basic URL to start with Google Experience is :
https://accounts.google.com/SignUpWithoutGmail
By going through this Link you will be able to Sign Up with Google (Gmail) or can create a new Account using your any existing mail Id.
# SECOND URL
https://www.google.com/ads/preferences
By going through this link you will come to know Google keeps track you and it shows more relevant ads to your interests without asking your age, gender and preferences. Google creates a profile which is based on the sites you visit by your Google+ account and other signals. Use this URL to know how Google sees you on the web. You can also View and edit your profile within Google’s system.

# THIRD URL

https://www.google.com/takeout
By this Third URL you can export all your data from Google. Google lets you download your data from its products which includes contacts, Gmail messages, +1s, Google+ circles, Bookmarks, contacts, Gmail messages, Google photos and even your YouTube videos. Grab your data from Google as soon as possible.
# FOURTH URL
https://support.google.com/legal
This URL will let you file a complaint in the event you find your content being used or copied without permission on a Google website. A Blogger, Adsense, Google+ or YouTube – you can file a DMCA complaint with Google against that site for that content. By this we can also remove websites from Google search results.
# FIFTH URL
https://maps.google.com/locationhistory
By the Above URL you can Track the Location of your Android device or the Google Now iOS app, you can also find the Recent location data and on what velocity you are moving and if yes, how fast are you moving this will back to Google servers. You also have the option to export this data as KML files that can be viewed in Google Earth or even Google Drive.
# SIXTH URL
https://history.google.com
As you can see HISTORY on URL itself, this Url lets you know your entire SEARCH HISTORY at one place. It records every search term that you have ever typed into their search box. They even keep a log of every ad that you have clicked on various Google websites.

# SEVENTH URL

https://www.google.com/settings/account/inactive
If you haven’t used Gmail accounts, use this URL to ensure that Google doesn’t delete them after extended periods of inactivity. You need to login to your Gmail account at least once every 9 months otherwise Google will delete your account according to their policies. You can set up your main Gmail account as the trusted content for your secondary accounts. By this, Google will keep sending you reminders every few months to login to your other accounts. However, it is not available for Google Apps.
# EIGHTH URL

https://security.google.com/settings/security/activity

If you are worried that someone else is using your Google account. Then don’t worry go through the above link you can see the activity report to see a log of every device that has recently been used to log into your Google account. You also get to know the I.P. Address and their approximate geographic location as well.
# NINTH URL

https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions

Sometimes we sign up browser extensions, mobile apps and Google scripts using our Google Account. If the permission level says “access to basic account info”, it basically means that you have used your Google account to sign-in to that app. You can get this long list by visiting the above url.
# TENTH URL
https://admin.google.com/domain.com/VerifyAdminAccountPasswordReset
This is an important URL for Google Apps users. If your Google Account ever gets hacked, use this secret link to reset your admin password. You’ll be asked to verify your domain name by creating a CNAME record in your DNS.
NOTE : In the About URL Replace domain.com in the above URL with your own web domain name.
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