How does one sign up for a Gmail account?


All a person needs to do to sign up for a Gmail account is to create an account on Google. They simply visit the Google sign-up page, enter their information and access their new free email account.

When someone creates a new Gmail account, not only do they get access to email, but they also get streamlined access to the rest of Google's apps. The Google+ social media account gets connected to the Gmail account, the videos people watch on YouTube get assigned to their Gmail account, Google Maps learns peoples' locations and makes them easily available through Gmail, Google Drive allows users to easily create and share documents through their Gmail accounts, and Google Play allows users to purchase music and other media using their Gmail accounts for confirmation.

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It is very simple, go to the goggle website, select new user or register. There is a form which requires some personal information, name, address, etc. you will need to select a user
Do you mean the Beta-logo? Because the marketing department didn't like the beta-tag. But you can get it back in the Labs-section :
1. Open a Web browser window. 2. Click the address bar and enter " Press the "Enter" key. 3. Enter your Gmail username and password in the indicated fields.
It is for your own privacy and security reasons.
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