The Google Dashboard answers that question - enabling you to easily view and control the data you share with us when you're signed in to your Google Account. If you don't have super administrator privileges and try to sign at admin. If you don't have access to an admin account, get help from someone else who does. Google provides innovative and useful products to millions of internet users around the world. Note: These options aren't available for each service. The Admin console is only available when you're signed in to an admin account.
If this option isn't available, go to the service and change settings there. . If you're still having trouble signing in, see. To see Google services you use and what data is saved to your account, visit your Google Dashboard. Just enter the sign-in name and password your administrator gave you.
From there, you can see a summary of your data and get more details. Logging on to your Dashboard To locate the Dashboard, type in into your browser and then log into your account with your user name and password. Note: Not all Google services show up here. An admin account has privileges to manage services for other people in your organization. Your Dashboard will only show data you share with us when you are signed into your Google Account.
If you use any Google services when you are not signed in, that data is not included since it is not associated with you or your account. If you use any Google service when you are not signed in, that data is not included since it is not associated with your account. But ever wonder what data Google products store about you? If you see a list of Google Accounts on the sign-in page, be sure to choose your admin account it does not end in gmail. If you're a super administrator and you try to sign in to admin. With Google Chrome, you can manage your website passwords, letting you save a username and password so that Chrome automatically completes the sign-in fields for you the next time you visit these websites.
I still need help If you forgot your password, see. The new two-step sign-in flow for all Google accounts does not impact the behavior of the password manager; it will still auto-complete the sign-in fields for you. The Google Dashboard is organized according to the products you use, showing data associated with that product or service as well as direct links to that product's privacy and security settings. What Information Does Google Store in My Account? Then sign in with either your own reseller account name and password, or use an administrator account at the customer's domain. The Dashboard only shows data associated with your account. You'll go to the service and see it there. You're then redirected to the Admin console after you sign in.
You'll see data from Google services you used while signed in to your account. . . . . . .
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