Deleting a Google account is a significant step and should be taken with caution, as it will result in the loss of all associated data and services. If you’re sure you want to proceed, here’s how you can delete your Google account:
Step 1: Learn what deleting your account means You’ll lose all the data and content in that account, like emails, files, calendars, and photos. You won’t be able to use Google services where you sign in with that account, like Gmail, Drive, Calendar, or Play. You’ll lose access to subscriptions and content you bought with that account on YouTube or Google Play, like apps, movies, games, music, and TV shows.
Step 2: Review & download your info Before you delete your account:
Review the info in your account. Learn how to download data that you want to keep. If you use your Gmail address for online banking, social media, or apps, add a new email address for these services. Update your account recovery info in case you try to recover your account later. Learn how to add recovery info.
Step 3: Delete your account Note:
If you have more than one Google Account, deleting one won’t delete the others. Go to the Data & Privacy section of your Google Account. Scroll to “Your data & privacy options.” Select More options and then Delete your Google Account. Follow the instructions to delete your account.
Remember, deleting a Google account is a significant step and will result in the loss of all data and services associated with that account. Be sure to understand the implications and back up any important information before proceeding. The exact steps and options may vary based on Google’s account management interface, so it’s a good idea to refer to official Google support resources for the most accurate and up-to-date instructions.