If you want to open up an account with Google and create your very own Gmail sign up, then you’ll be pleased to know that doing so is both free and easy. Opening a Gmail account and owning your own Gmail sign in process involves firstly the need to sign up to create a Google account.
Your Google account will not only give you your very own Gmail sign in option but a whole lot more besides. A Google account will allow you to talk or chat with other Google account holders, share files or links to your website with others, discover new content and learn how to create your own content.
One password and one username will allow you to access all your emails, photos, videos online at YouTube and access all your personal maps. It is possible once you have your Gmail sign in to access Google Drive, a cloud storage facility that allows one to safely store files, videos, photos, documents and music in a secure and safe drive available to you whenever you need to access it.
Firstly to get yourself a Gmail sign in username and password, you must create your Google account, you can do so by clicking here. Next you will be asked to choose a username and create your own password. Make sure your password is one that is not easy for hackers to discover yet secure enough for you to remember it.
You will be asked to provide a birth date and gender as well as your current email address. Once you have provided the verification code, which will be displayed at the bottom of the Gmail sign up page, you will receive a link in your current email address that provides your Gmail account the verification process.
Be careful when choosing a username for your Google account as this will also act as your Gmail address. For example, if your username was “Joe.Jones” then your Gmail email address would be Joe.Jones@gmail.com.
Once your Gmail sign up process has been completed, you are ready to start using your Gmail address straight away. Don’t worry about spam as Gmail has excellent spam filters that will recognize trash mail easily and store it into your spam folder.
Gmail also works hand in hand with the social media part of your Google account – a Google+ profile.