If you only have one Google account, we suggest you do everything you can to keep it that way. Managing multiple Google accounts is kind of a nightmare, and there's no simple or efficient way to merge multiple Google accounts into one. But if it's too late and you already have multiple Google accounts—a personal and school account, accounts that reflect your maiden and married names, or several work accounts—it's not all bad news. There may be no easy way to merge all of your accounts into one, but there are several tools and tactics you can use to manage multiple Gmail accounts or manage all your Google accounts more efficiently. If you're at your wit's end trying to manage your Google accounts, consider the following options to find a more streamlined solution. Click on each suggestion for a how-to along with the pros and cons of the solution. Try these Gmail-specific tools if you only want to manage multiple Gmail accounts. Use Google's account switcher to open multiple Google accounts in one browser window. Create Chrome profiles to maintain different bookmarks, passwords, and extensions for each Google account.
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Remove alternate email addresses
Create a G mail account. To sign up for Gmail, create a Google Account. Go to the Google Account creation page. Follow the steps on the screen to set up your account.
Are you an Arabic speaker? Try the Android Gmail app in Arabic and tell us what you think. To open Gmail, you can login from a computer, or add your account to the Gmail app on your phone or tablet. Once you're signed in, check your mail by opening your inbox. Tip: If you're signing in to a public computer, make sure to sign out before leaving the computer. Learn more about securely signing in. Google Help.
When you create a Google Account, you automatically get a Gmail address. Learn how to create a new Google account with an alternate email address. We'll send an email with a verification link to your alternate email address. You'll need to open the email and click the link before you can sign in to your account with the alternate address. You might not get the email right away. See which usernames you can remove from your Google Account. When people share things with your alternate email address, they will sometimes see your primary Google Account email Gmail address listed instead.