Setting Up a Gmail Account
It is simple to set up a Gmail email account. After creating a Google Account, you’ll choose your Gmail account name during the quick sign-up process. This lesson will show you how to set up your Google email account, edit contacts and modify your mail settings.
Set up a Gmail Account
First, create a Google Account to create a Gmail account. Google will redirect you to the sign-up page for your Google account. Some basic information will be required, including your name and birth date. gender and address. For your Gmail address, you will need to select a name. After creating an account, you can add contacts or adjust your email settings.
To create an account
- Go to.
- Click Register.
- The Sign-up The form will open. Enter the information required and follow the instructions.
- Next, enter your Phone number Verify your account. Google uses a 2-step verification process to protect your privacy.
- Google will send you a text message with your information. Verification code. Enter the code Complete the account verification.
- Next, you’ll see a form that allows you to input some personal information such as your name and birthday.
- You will create an account.
It is important that you choose a strong password – in other words, one that is hard for anyone else to guess. For more information, review our lesson on creating strong passwords.
Register for your account
Sign in automatically when you create an account. You will need to sign in to your account and sign off once you’re done. You must sign out if you use a shared computer, such as at a library and office. This prevents other people from seeing your emails.
- Go to.
- Enter your details User name Enter your email address Password Click here Next.
Locate the circle with your first initial in the upper-right corner of this page. If you have already chosen an avatar image, the circle will display the image instead. Click the circle to sign out
Sometimes, you might want to modify Gmail’s appearance and behavior. You could, for example, create a signature, vacation reply, or edit your labels. Or change the template. These changes can be made via your mail settings.
To view your mail settings:
- Click here Gear icon Select the desired option in the upper-right corner. Settings.
- You can click on any of the links from here. Categories You can edit your settings by clicking the button at the top.
Gmail, like all major email providers, allows you to keep an address book of contacts so that you don’t need to remember everyone’s email addresses. Other contact information can be added, such as phone numbers and birthdays.
To add a contact
- Click here Apps by Google Click here
- Click here Contacts Click the button in the drop-down menu.
- The contacts screen will now appear. Click on the Add new contact button at the lower-right corner.
- Click here to enter your contact information. Save.
To edit a contact
- The Drop-down menu for Google apps Select Contacts.
- Click on the contact that you wish to edit. Change Contact.
- Now you can make any kind of decision Changes You can reach us by clicking here
Gmail automatically adds an address to your contacts when you send an email. The person’s details can be edited by going to their contacts.
Importing mail and contact
It is possible that you already have a contact listing from another email address. If so, it would take a lot of time to manually enter all the information. Gmail lets you import contacts from other email accounts, and can import all your emails from that account. There are several email providers supported, including Yahoo! and Hotmail.
Add other accounts
- Click on the gear icon at the top-right corner. Next, select Settings.
- Go to Accounts Click here Register a mail account. Follow the instructions to import your mail.
- Create a Gmail Account if you don’t have one.
- Open Gmail.
- Navigate into your Gmail settings.
- You can set your preferences within your Gmail settings.
- Add a contact. You have two options: add one that you already know or create one using the following information.
Name Julia Fillory