Google Dashboard Redesigns to Get Improved Privacy Controls

Back in 2009, Google has introduced a new effort to give users of its various services an easy way to review their data and account use and name it Google Dashboard. Using this, you can see just how many emails you have in Gmail, how many images you have uploaded to Photos, and much more. Today, Google Dashboard Redesigns to Get Improved Privacy Controls.

Google Dashboard Redesigns to Get Improved Privacy Controls

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The new UI has been redesigned for the convenient of users who use smartphones and tablets. In addition, the company is integrating some of its privacy controls, including My Account and My Activity, into the Dashboard interface.

My Account lets users update their personal info that they might want to share with others with its Privacy Checkup tool. Google says that “hundreds of millions of visitors every year” have used My Account since it launched in 2015.

My Activity, which began in 2016, lets users quickly find which YouTube video they watched a few months ago, or which search string led them to a specific story online. Google says that over 150 million people have used My Activity since it launched.

This update is available for all users of Google’s services.

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Source: Android Authority

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