Most of us aware of the fact that Google keeps the information like places we visited, keywords we searched on Google, what are our interest and much more.
However, what we do not know, “WHERE GOOGLE STORES ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU?”
10 Most Important URLs that you must know as a Google user
There is no doubt that Google stores everything privately. It means the information is hidden inside your Google account. With the help of these URLs let’s reveal all the information about you that is known to Google only.
For logging into your various accounts, you type several usernames and passwords in Google that it stored. They also have the website where you can view all these passwords but in a plain text.
It is quite exciting to know how Google sees you on the web. As we know that Google serves ads and to make them relevant Google create a profile of yourself based on your search history. It then assumes your age, gender and interest.
Plagiarism is one of the most common threat today in the digital world especially when you are into online content management. For instance, if you come across any such website which is scrapping your content. Google let you raise the DMCA complaint against those sites and provide you tools to remove that site from Google search results.
Did you know that you can export all the information from Google related to your life including, photos, YouTube videos, contacts, Gmail email messages, and other stuff? Even with the help of this URL you can also grab the download links.
I bet that you did not know to create the new Gmail account with your existing email address. As compared to regular Gmail sign up process looks something like email@example.com. However, with this URL you can easily create the new Gmail account with any other email address.
Google maps app in our IPhone, and Android phones are a blessing, isn’t? Well, at the same time these devices ping your location and speed (at what rate you are moving) to Google servers. Along Google, you can also leverage this information by visiting this URL. It will help you to trace back your entire location history. Also, you can export the data in KML files which can only be viewed from Google Drive and Google Earth.
Once in every 9 months one must log in to their Gmail account otherwise it will be declared inactive as per Google policies. To avoid such situation, use this URL and create one primary Gmail account and associate all your other Gmail address.
Now, while doing so, Google will keep sending the reminders in every few months to log in to your Gmail accounts.
- youtube.com/feed/history (YouTube searches and watched videos)
history.google.com/history/audio (Voice searches)
history.google.com (Google searches)
YouTube and Google keep the track of every activity that you performed online. It saves all your searches, every advertisement you clicked on and every video you watched. Even if you are a Google OK user, then it also saves all the voice searches as well.
By accessing these URLs, you can quickly take a look at your search history.
If you lost your phone, then you can find it with the help of Google’s Device Manager. However, the only condition is a phone is switched on and using the internet. With the support of the device manager you can find the location of your phone, even ring the phone and erase the content of the phone remotely.
It also let you find the IMEI number of your lost phone.
If you are worried that someone might hack your Google account or use your Google account without your permission? You can see the activity report of your Google account including the devices associated with that account.
It will also tell you the approximate geographical location and IP addresses. However, the only drawback is you cannot log out of the Google session.
All these URLs are quite beneficial and help you to keep the track of your Google activities and search history quickly.