If you love using Google tools, here are 10 very useful URLs to know about…
Accounts.google.com/SignUpWithoutGmail: Create a Google account with your current e-mail address instead of making a new gmail.com address.
Google.com/ads/preferences: View and edit your profile within Google’s system as it relates to advertising (you can also opt out of interest-based ads here).
Google.com/takeout: Use this link to export all of your data contained within the Google ecosystem, including e-mails, photos and YouTube videos.
Support.google.com/legal: This URL will let you file a complaint in the event you find your content being used without permission on a Google website.
Maps.google.com/locationhistory: This is exactly what you think it is, your location history if you use an Android phone or the Google Now iOS app.
History.google.com: Your entire search history; make a pot of coffee before you start digging.
Google.com/settings/account/inactive: If you have unused Gmail accounts, use this to ensure that Google doesn’t delete them after extended periods of inactivity.
Security.google.com/settings/security/activity: Think someone might have gained unauthorized access to your account? This is your first stop.
Security.google.com/settings/security/permissions: Here is a complete list of all Web, mobile and desktop apps that can access your data.
Admin.google.com/YOURDOMAIN/VerifyAdminAccountPasswordReset: A link to reset your Google Apps password if your account is ever hacked (replace “YOURDOMAIN” with your URL, including the top-level domain).