Your email name and address are the first things people see when they get your email, so it better be perfect, right? But how do you edit your email name and address to fit your email sending needs? Most people think email names and email usernames are the same things.
Step 1: Check if you can change it
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Learn how to use different email addresses on your account. Important: If you use Sign in with Google for non-Google sites or Chrome Remote Desktop to connect remotely, view this info before you change your email address. We'll send an email with a verification link to your new email address. You'll need to open the email and click the link. If you don't get the email, try fixing the problem. Google Help. Help Center Community Google Account.
Changing the sender display name on your Mac Mail app
You can update, add, and remove some basic info on your account. You can change your name as many times as you want, but no more than 3 times in one minute. This limitation doesn't apply to accounts created less than 2 weeks ago. If you changed your name, but the old name still shows up, clear your cache and cookies. If you've already created a nickname, it's used if you don't have a name set. If you delete your nickname, you won't be able to create another one. This nickname is different from the nickname you can add in your "About me" page.
Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Get it now on Libro. Gmail allows you to change the name that's associated with your email address.