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List of 20 Important Google URLs You Must Know About

Are you ready to take your Google game to the next level? Whether you are a seasoned tech enthusiast or simply someone who loves exploring the vast digital universe, we all rely on Google for answers. But did you know that there’s more to this search giant than meets the eye? In today’s blog post, we’re going to unlock the power of Google by revealing 20 essential Google URLs every user should bookmark. Get ready to take your internet browsing skills to new heights and discover a world of hidden gems as we dive into these must-have bookmarks.

Google Inc. offers more services than any single Internet-based organization in the world. You must be aware of these Google URLs that might come in handy in your day-to-day life. Gmail, YouTube, Chrome, and Drive are just to name a few of these services. Apart from these, Google offers many services and products that help you keep track of your data, and improve your search results. Most users might not be aware of some of the most useful Google tools that are hidden deep inside Google’s My Account dashboard.

In this article, we’ve compiled a list of important Google URLs that holds the key to your Internet usage pattern, passwords, and location history as well. These results would be accurate if you’ve signed in to your Google account all the way but with smartphones in our hands, almost everyone does that, right? So, let’s see what Google knows about you.

Before you check out the important Google URLs listed below, do not forget to take a look at our list of 73 Google Search tips and tricks.

1. Google Dashboard

Google Dashboard offers you all your personal data linked to your Google account in one place. It provides transparency and control over all your online data linked to your accounts. You can view and manage all the data linked to several Google services like Google Search, Gmail, Chrome, YouTube, etc… Head on to your Google Dashboard from the link below:

URL: https://myaccount.google.com/dashboard

2. Google Smart Lock

Google stores a list of usernames and passwords you have used to log in to different accounts via Google Chrome or an Android device. If you distinctly remember, Google Chrome asks you to store the credentials whenever you log in to a website. Google Smart Lock will store all your passwords in one place and are available across all your devices. Honestly, I am not a fan of storing passwords online and neither would I recommend anyone to store credentials online on the grounds of Privacy.

saved passwords in google

However, some of you might have the habit of storing passwords in Chrome or accidentally click that tiny “save password” button that pops up every now and then. You can see and manage all your passwords from the below URL.

URL: https://passwords.google.com/

3. Google Ads Settings

google ads settings

Google Ads is one of the major sources of income and Google tries to deliver appropriate ads to its users. Google creates a profile of yourself based on your search results and other Google services. Using this consolidated data, Google estimates your age, gender, and interests, and then serves you better ads to you. If you want to know what Google knows about you, click the below link.

URL: https://myadcenter.google.com/

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4. Google History

This is where you can get the exact list of your web and app activity made using Google and its band of services. You can also track which devices you’ve used that are connected to Google, apps used, and the whole shebang. You can also check out your voice & audio activity, device information, YouTube search, and subscription history all in one place.

google history

You can choose what data gets stored, delete searches, or completely turn off the storing of your data from the settings menu. Click the below link to take control of your data and change the settings from the top right corner of the page if you wish to change something.

URL: https://myactivity.google.com/

5. Google TakeOut

google takeout

Google lets you export all your data out of Google and creates a single downloadable archive file. It contains all your data from various Google services you’ve used such as Google Photos, Gmail, Contacts, YouTube videos and subscriptions, Drive files, etc. If you ever want to download all your data and store it offline, then head over to the Google Takeout page from the below URL.

URL: https://takeout.google.com/

6. Legal Help

If you ever found out that your content is appearing on any other website or blog that is using Google products such as Blogger, Adsense, or YouTube – you can raise a DMCA complaint with Google against that site to get that content removed. You can also use Google legal assistant to remove websites that are using your content from Google search results.

URL: https://support.google.com/legal/

7. Google Timeline

google timeline

 

Your Android device or some other device connected to Google may be reporting your location data back to the Google servers. Interestingly, Google also reports the velocity of your vehicle to the Google servers so that you get a much more accurate ETA to your destinations with live traffic. To view your location history, you can head over to the Google Maps website to see your entire location history. If you need, you can export this data to a KML file that can be viewed with Google Earth.

URL: https://timeline.google.com/

8. Signup without Gmail

google signup without gmail

Everyone knows how to create a Gmail account, all you need to do is to head over to the Gmail page and create an account with the required details. But what if you need a Google account but don’t want to take up a new Email address? You can create your new Google account by using your existing Gmail ID using the below URL.

URL: https://accounts.google.com/signup/v2/createaccount

9. Control App Permissions

Most users might not stress the app permissions and other permissions used by web apps, Chrome extensions, Google scripts, and mobile apps but you should be aware of what the apps are doing behind your back. You can have a look at what permissions the apps are using, you can check it from Google’s Permissions page. If the permission says “access to basic account info”, it basically means that it uses your Google account info to display your information.

change app permissions

You can also view a detailed list of permissions for all of your devices from the below link.

URL: https://myaccount.google.com/connections

10. Account Activity

google account activity

The account activity dashboard shows you a list of all sign-in activities to your Google account. It gives you information about all the devices that have been active in the last 25 days. If you found some suspicious device that is currently using your account, you can remove account access from the Google Security dashboard. However, it isn’t possible to revoke account access for browser sessions.

URL: https://myaccount.google.com/security

11. Find My Device

google find my device service

Find My Device is a very useful web-based service from Google. If you own an Android phone, tablet, or WearOS smartwatch, you can track your device. You can use this Google URL if you have lost your device or it has been stolen.

URL: https://www.google.com/android/find/

12. Google Travel

google travel

If you love traveling and exploring the world, you must bookmark this Google URL. It guides you about the popular destinations to visit, things you can do, and book flights and hotels easily.

URL: https://www.google.com/travel/

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13. Google Inactive Account Manager

inactive google account manager

If you don’t know, you need to log in to your Google account at least once every nine months to prevent your account from getting locked. An inactive account manager lets you control what happens to your account if you haven’t logged in for a very long time. You can set timeout periods and notification alerts to your mobile number or alternative Email. You can access the Inactive account manager from the below link.

URL: https://myaccount.google.com/inactive

14. Google Alerts

google alerts

Alerts is an email notification service from Google that sends alerts that match your search terms. You can create custom alerts and the service will send you emails when it finds new results related to your queries. The results may include web pages, newspaper articles, blogs, scientific research, etc.

URL: https://www.google.com/alerts

15. Google Books

google books

If you are an avid book lover, this is one of the most important Google URLs you should remember. Google Books helps users perform full-text searches from books and magazines stored in Google’s digital database.

URL: https://books.google.com/

16. Google Arts & Culture

For those who are fascinated with artworks and the cultural diversity of the world, Google Arts & Culture is a showcase of images and videos of famous artworks and cultural artifacts from around the world.

URL: https://artsandculture.google.com/

17. Experiments with Google

experiments with google

Explore the collection of over 1600 awesome experiments related to art, technology, design, and culture. The experiments will amaze, inspire, teach, and delight you.

URL: https://experiments.withgoogle.com/experiments

18. Report Content on Google

report content on google

If you do not like any content served by a Google service, Report Content on Google page lets you report your objection to Google and request them to remove it. If the reported content violates Google’s content or product policies or Terms of Service, it’ll be removed.

URL: https://support.google.com/legal/

19. Google Doodles

google doodles

Google doodles are the artistic drawings that appear on the Google homepage to celebrate special events, holidays, and anniversaries. The following Google URL lets you explore the all Google doodles released globally to date on a single page.

URL: https://www.google.com/doodles/

20. Google Trends

Do you want to know what is trending on the Internet? Google Trends gives an analysis of the top search queries in Google Search across various regions and languages.

URL: https://trends.google.com/trends/

That’s it, guys! So, did you find these Google URLs useful? Let us know in the comments section below.

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