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When departing the University it is a good idea to check for associated services that might have been used with your AppState Gmail address.  


Deleting your AppState Google Account could affect services, products, and apps associated with that account!

Step-by-step guide

Please take a few moments to consider other accounts that might be associated with your AppState Google account or that might be using your AppState email address as a way to contact you.

STEP 1: Review your Google Dashboard to see a list of Google products that you have used. Google Accounts are vast. 

1. Sign into your AppState Google Account
2. Click on your account profile icon in the top right hand corner of the email window.
3. Below your name and email, click on Google Account
4. In the window that appears, select "Data and Personalization" and click "Go to Google Dashboard"
5. You can see an overview of when you last used a product and what you did with it by clicking on that
product’s name in the dashboard. This is a helpful tool that will remind you of the products that you
have used and that might contain data or login information from your AppState Google account.

Step 2: Review Google Apps tied to your AppState Google Account.

1. Sign into your AppState Google Account
2. Click on your account profile icon in the top right hand corner of the email window.
3. Below your name and email, click on Google Account
4. On the left click on Security, and scroll down to the section labeled "Google apps with account access".  

5. You will see a list of third-party sites and applications. These are sites and applications to which you’ve
granted permission to access your Google Account, and you can see on this list to what parts of your
account they have access. These tools and apps might not function in the same capacity when your
account is deleted.

Step 3: Review the list of possible services that may require an email address to be on file.

Many businesses and online services require that you provide an email address when you sign up to use their
products.  These businesses would use this address to communicate important information, send
password recovery options and deliver promotions or coupons to your account. If you used your AppState account to register for any third party service consider changing this email to your new account.  

This below examples serve only as a reference and does not represent all possible account scenarios.

AppState Services
● Adobe CC
●  Microsoft 365

Other Common Services
● Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Phone Applications, Xbox Live, Google Play Store,
Apple IDs, Online Banking Services, Retail stores, Credit Card accounts.
● Examine your inbox to get an idea of who is sending you mail. (i.e. Old Navy will email
purchase receipts to the address they have on file. You will need to change your
address on file with Old Navy for that service to continue to work.)


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