How do I access my Google+ profile?

  1. First, make sure you’re signed into Google, then go to or the Google homepage.
  2. Next, check to see whether there’s a link that says “Google+ Profile” beneath your name and email address in that window.
  3. Once you’re at your Google+ profile, click “settings” on the left side of the page.

Is Google+ still active?

On April 2, 2019 we are shutting down the consumer (personal) version of Google+, a social network by Google. If you want, you can download and save your Google+ data; this may take time so get started before March 31, 2019. The Google Account you use to sign in to these services will remain.

What is a Google+ profile?

A Google+ user profile was a publicly visible account of a user that was attached to many Google properties. It included basic social networking services like a profile photo, an about section, a cover photo, previous work and school history, interests, places lived and an area to post status updates.

How do I find my Google profile?

From the main menu, click Profile. Click your profile name, or click About. You can also go to Click the section you want to update and make your changes….In this section, you learn how to:

  1. Create a profile.
  2. Update your profile.
  3. Update your personal information.
  4. Change your settings.

How do I know if I have Google Plus?

At the top right of the page, click on your profile picture. The pop up should show you all the information about that Google account including your name, email associated with the account, and if you have one, a Google Plus account. Clicking on the Google Plus account link will take you to your Google Plus page.

Why is Google+ no longer available?

In December 2018, we announced our decision to shut down Google+ for consumers in April 2019 due to low usage and challenges involved in maintaining a successful product that meets consumers’ expectations.

Why is Google+ shutting down?

Google+ is being phased out due to “low usage” and because it turned into something of a security liability for Google; the company has disclosed two significant data leaks that could have exposed information for tens of millions of Google+ users to outside developers.

What is Google Profile URL?

Place your cursor in the top left corner for the Google + main menu and then click Profile. Click the About tab, and under Links > Google+ URL, click Get URL. This URL will be linked to your Google+ Page or Profile, so be sure everything is exactly the way you want it.

What’s the difference between Google Plus and Google?

Google my Business is everything to do with how people find your party and how they get there. Google+ is about the actual party itself, and what kind of things people talk about when they’re there. Google+ is a social network, that allows you to more closely connect with your visitors online.

How do I edit my Google profile?

To Edit Google+ Profile: Login to the Google Account and Go to the Google+ page. Click on the Profile on the right side of the Google+ page. Click on your Name and then Click on the Pencil Icon next to Name. Click your Profile Photo. Edit your profile and then Click Done.

How do I sign into my Google account?

To sign in to your Google Account (or any Google product): Go to the sign in page of the product (for Google Accounts it is Enter your Gmail username (everything that appears before ‘’). Enter your password.

How do you log in to Google accounts?

Logging in to Google is an easy process. If you have a Google account, you can log in with that. Steps. Go to Google. Go to or search for Google in your browser’s search box. Click on Sign in. The blue Sign in button is on the upper-right corner.

How to register a business on Google?

1) Go to in a web browser. 2) Click Start Now. 3) Type the name of your business and click Next. Click the line below the header that says “Business name” and type the name of your business. 4) Fill out your location information. The next page is where you enter your address. Use the pulldown menu to select what country you are… See More…