We all know that Gmail is the most popular platform in this era.
Gmail enables Users to communicate through emails from their mobile or laptop from anywhere with high speed. You can share audio files, video files, documents and much more with the help of Gmail.
If you are new to Gmail, this is not rocket science to create a Gmail account. You only require some basic information like Your Name, Birthdate, location, Phone Number (Optional) and gender.
Just you have to follow the below steps to create your Gmail Account in a matter of seconds.
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How to create a Gmail Account?
Then enter your First and Last name in the name section as exposed in the screenshot.
After that, choose your desired username and type under the username box. If your username is “jeff01” so your Gmail address is “firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Note: “If your username is already taken, try another one.“
Next, choose a strong password for your Gmail account, Enter your password, then confirm again.
When you enter all the required information, your next step is to punch on the Next button.
Next, you are asked for your phone number. You can also skip this step if you want.
Enter your mobile number or alternate email address for account verification and authorization. Google uses this information to protect your privacy and when your password is lost its allows you to recover.
Enter your Birthdate, Gender, and click on next.
- Enter your Birth Date
- Enter your Gender
- Click on Next
Read the Privacy and Terms if you want, then click on the button called “I Agree” to continue. If you do not accept Privacy and Terms you can’t be able to continue your Gmail Account.
Know you are Successfully signed up for your new Gmail Account.
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This post was originally published on 29, August 2021, but according to new information stuff this post update frequently.
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