How to Manage Multiple Google Accounts on Android: Many of us have more than one Google account. It’s a hassle to log out of one account and log into another account again and again. We create these accounts for different purposes, such as for personal use, while the other for office work. That’s why we want to use both our accounts without having to log out and log in again and again. We’ll show you how to manage multiple Google accounts simultaneously on Android. Below we’re going to give a few steps we’ve tried in Android 8.1 Oreo.
How to Manage Multiple Google Accounts on Android
If you already have one account and want to set up another account, follow these steps…
Step 1: Go to the android device’s home screen and tap ‘Settings’ and tap ‘Accounts’.
Step 2: Now you’ll see the ‘Add account’ option at the bottom of the screen (sometimes ‘+’ is signed). Now tap ‘Google’ in the listed accounts. You may be asked for a device password or your fingerprint.
Step 3: Now you have to log into the Google account. You can easily log in with your email address, password and two-factor authentication code (if you have selected the setting). You can also create a new account from the login screen that you initially see. Once you’re signed in, your new Google account will be automatically added to Android.
Step 4: Android will sync your Google account data. To select your Google account, go to Accounts in Settings, tap Google and now select the account you want to manage or use.
Step 5: If you want to delete your account, tap on a vertical icon in the top right corner of the screen and select ‘Remove account’.
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