Creating a Gmail account may be one of the best decisions you can make if you spend a lot of time in internet, why? Well the www.Gmail.com service –besides being one of the best and most popular emails services- is really helpful and useful, a lot of sites that normally asks you for registration (To comment a post for example) will work just logging in with your Gmail account, so let’s see the necessary steps so you can get one.
First of all, go to mail.google.com and look for the sign up link, once you click it you have to fill the registration form with your basic information (Such as name, user name, password, phone, sex, etc.) accepting the Gmail terms and conditions, selecting a Country and that’s it, you now own a Gmail account.
Create Account Gmail
But that’s not all, a Gmail email is mandatory for using another Google Services and Products, such as YouTube or the Play Store in your Android phone, so if you’re an Android phone user, you must own a Gmail account.
You’ll automatically get a YouTube Account, when entering the YouTube main page it will show direct links to your new channel, you can save videos as favorites, watch later and a record of the videos you’ve seen from your account. See the video.
Sign Up for Gmail
How to Sign up in Gmail? In the next part of the mini tutorial we will explain in 11 easy steps how to complete your Gmail account and you can enjoy email service benefits world number one. If you have more questions you can check the menu at the top of the blog.
Follow the steps below:
1- How to Sign in Gmail: Go to Chrome or Mozilla Firefox mail.google.com
2- Clic in “Create an Account”.
3- Complete all fields.
4- Choose an username. and a password for your new account and confirm.
5- Enter your birthday and your gender (If yo are Male or Female)
6- Enter a mobile number
7- Type your email
8- Prove that you are human
9- Select your location and Check it.
10- Click on “Next Step”. and Done!
11- Login Gmail
This material was made with the purpose of teaching to create a Gmail account to email users rookies.