How to manage your Google account if you pass away? All Google products have nice features. One of them is, you can set your Google account to the inactive mode and delete your Google account when you have been inactive for a certain period of time
How it works for you and how it is important?
When you do not log in to your account about 15 months after the last activity, Google will contact you to make sure you are still there or not. If they do not receive any response from you, your Google account will completely and permanently delete by Google.
These features also for your security reasons. If you passed away, all your info from Gmail, Adsense, YouTube, Blogger will be auto-deleted.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to setup Google Inactive Account.
Google Inactive Account Manager Reminder
So, how to do it?
Follow this simple step.
Inactive Account Manager page.Go to
Then, click on the Start button.
Then, on the next screen, you just follow what they need.
Next, you can choose the period when you want to inactivate your Google account after the last activity.
Here you can choose in period 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, and 18 months.
If all looking good, click the next button.
If you want to add any person, you can add it like your wife, siblings, or any your nearest relationship.
If you want to add person to manage your account, just add their email.
Then, you can choose which one service you want to allow them to manage your account.
Finally, add their phone number and click save.
Then, if you want to delete your Google account after the last activity that you have set on step 3 above, just toggle the button to turn it active.
If you have statisfied what you have done, click on the confirm Plan button,
Now, your plan have done.
If you decide in the future to switch it off, you can come back to this page and click “Turn Off My Plan”.
In this tutorial, you have learned how to manage you Google account if you pass away. You can decide whether you want someone to manage your account or you want to delete completely your account.
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