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Create Gmail account

Create Gmail account. Gmail has been expanding in ubiquity since it was initially presented in 2004. With the decrease of Hotmail, AOL and Yahoo, more individuals are moving to Google’s administrations. Gmail is an email account in which messages are put away on the web as opposed to on your laptop or computer. Web email might be an adaptable alternative as you can get to messages from any computer or laptop that has internet access. Making a Gmail account is snappy and simple, and additionally allows you to get into other Google items, for example, Google Plus, Google Drive, and YouTube.

Back when Gmail was first created, believe it or not, you actually needed to get a special invitation to create a Gmail account! The new email platform was so young and experimental that they didn’t have enough resources to make it available to everyone right away. But that has changed, and now anyone can create a Gmail account without any type of special invitation or anything. Here, we have some easy instructions you can follow to create your new Gmail account.

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Create Gmail account

Open the Gmail site. Click the blue “Make an account” option below the login box. This will take you to the “Make your Google Account” page. Creating a Gmail account makes a whole Google account that you can use to get to other Google items and administrations, many of which are available directly from your Gmail inbox (like cloud storage with Google Drive, etc.). You’ll see when you get there!

Think of a username. Your username will turn into your new Gmail email address. Have a backup plan or two ready on the off chance that your preferred name is now taken (the username must be unique and can’t be something that anyone else is using already). On the off chance that your username is not accessible, you will be given a few related choices, or you can attempt an alternate one. A good way to make a username unique is adding numbers to it; many people add their birth year or birth date to the end of their username.

Round out whatever remains of the required personal data. You will need to enter your first and last name, your birthday (for age confirmation), your telephone number on the off chance that you lose access to your account, and a backup email address. You likewise need to enter which nation you live in.

The cellular telephone number is recommended yet not strictly necessary. Google can send you content on the off chance that you lose access to your Gmail account, for example, a code to reset your password and regain access. It’s also a secure way to access your account if you turn on 2-step authentication for your Gmail account.

Complete the CAPTCHA. This is a “test” that guarantees that a genuine person is making the account (to prevent software robots from creating thousands of new Gmail accounts per minute). In the event that you can’t read it, click the “refresh” button beside the content field to get another one, or click the speaker icon to have it read aloud so you can hear the code through your computer’s speakers or headphones.

After you solve the CAPTCHA code, select your current area. Pick the country where you actually live, regardless of the possibility that you’re anticipating using the email somewhere else.

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Consent to Google’s privacy policy and terms of use. Take the time to peruse the whole privacy policy so you are mindful of what Google can and can’t do with your data. Check the box to indicate that you consent to Google’s terms.

Click “Next Step”. This will take you to your Google+ profile creation page. All Google accounts make a Google+ account when they are made (although this may be changing in the near future, as Google+ has not been very successful as a social network and there are rumors that it will be phased out fairly soon).

You can pick whether you might want to add a picture to your account, but it’s not necessary. And you can always skip this step now and come back to it later.

Choose whether you need your +1 data imported. This choice will tailor the Google +1 symbols you see over the web. On the off chance that you keep the box checked, you will be able to see the locales that your companions +1 on Google+ (again, for as long as it’s still available).

So, as you can see, it’s very easy to create a Gmail account!

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After creating your Gmail account

Now that you’ve set up your new Gmail account, you should be taken to your new inbox automatically. There may be a welcome slide show with a little tour to get you started on how to use the most common features in the email platform. If you’ve never used Gmail before, it’s a good idea to click through the slide show – it will only take 5 minutes or so. But you can skip it if you want and figure everything out on your own.

You’ll probably also have one or two welcome emails from Google with links to additional information and tips to get started using your account.

If you want to write a new email, you can do that by clicking on the “compose” button in the upper left-hand portion of the screen. It will open a small window to write your email, meaning you can still be looking at the page you were on while also composing a message (very helpful if you need to reference another email).

Your inbox will automatically be organized into several tabs, and messages will be filtered by Google depending on where they come from. Messages that are sent from your contacts will usually go to the Primary tab, while updates from social media will go to the Social tab, etc. You can also add your own folders to keep your inbox nice and organized (for example, I have a folder specifically for online shopping receipts).

You can view and change your Gmail account settings by clicking on the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. There is an option to insert an automatic email signature, make a vacation reply, change how your emails are organized, and many other things. For most people, though, the default settings are just fine.

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Other tools in your Gmail account

Up in the upper right-hand corner, next to your profile picture (if you selected one), there is another icon that looks like a set of tiles or a grid. If you click this, you’ll open a dropdown menu of the other Google tools and services that you can use with your new Gmail account.

For example, you can go to Google Drive and upload documents to your own private cloud storage account. This is helpful for freeing up space on memory cards or mobile devices, and can also be used to share large files with others and collaborate on documents, presentations, etc. Google Photos is another cloud storage tool specifically for photos, with extra functions like photo editing and automatic sync with your mobile device.

You also have access to Google Calendar, which can be linked to your Gmail for email reminders, and events can be shared with other people. If you ever notice that you get an email from someone with a day or date in it, it will often have a light-colored, dashed underline; this means that you can click on it to automatically add an event to the calendar for that day or date. It’s really convenient and intuitive.

Aside from that, you can access your Google Play account if you use an Android phone or tablet, go to Google Maps, have your own YouTube account, and much more – all from creating a Gmail account!

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How to Create a Facebook Account

Facebook, Facebook , Facebook – it seems like it’s everywhere, doesn’t it? Practically everyone is using Facebook; for example, while I was waiting at the train station, a 19-year-old boy beside me was chatting. A girl was reading some posts and laughing from time to time. On the train, an older man asked me what these kids were doing, so I told him that they were on Facebook. He seemed intrigued and asked me for more information about Facebook. He was really interested in making an account and I told him that I could make one for him, but he preferred to make it by himself. So I got his email and promised to send him a detailed explanation about how to set up his Facebook account. He was able to create his new account in just a few minutes and was very thankful for the tutorial I had written him. If you are interested in making your own Facebook account, too, then I think you will find this guide helpful as well.

Create a Facebook Account

First, go to Facebook main web site by typing in the address bar, or simply search for it on Google search. This is the screen that will show up:

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We see the following screen

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Facebook makes creating a new account very easy since it displays the sign up page as the home page. (Note: if someone is already logged into Facebook on your computer, you will have to log them out before you can create a new Facebook account for yourself. You can do this by clicking on the down arrow in the upper right-hand corner of the page, and then selecting “log out”.)

Fill in your personal information; you will need to enter your first and last name, an email address or a mobile number, create a new password (try to choose a password that is easy for you to remember, but hard for other people to guess), your birthday and finally your gender.

It’s very important that you enter a valid email address or mobile number as you will receive a confirmation code there to set up your Facebook account. You will also use it to reset your password in case you forget it. Also, when creating your password, try to use a combination of capital letters, lowercase letters and numbers so that it is as secure as possible. And as a final note, your age should be over 18 years to be legal to have an unrestricted account.

After filling in all the required data, click “Sign Up”.

After you click “sign up”, Facebook will ask you if you want to add friends through your email. Facebook will sync all of your contacts in this email to if any of them use Facebook and allow you to send them friend requests. You can add friends through Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail and any other email service you want to add. It is a very convenient way to start building your Facebook friends list, but if you want to skip this step, just tap “Next”.


In the next step, Facebook will ask you to upload your profile picture. While you can technically add any photo, it is preferable to add a clear photo of yourself at the beginning so that your friends and family recognize you. In this same step, Facebook will ask you again to add friends via the email address you entered in the first step. It will also offer to give you a tour of your privacy settings to adjust them or just become familiar with your options. Facebook does change their privacy options and default settings from time to time, so it’s a good idea to take this tour so you know what’s what.


Upload your desired photo by clicking “Add Picture” and choose one from your computer, or click “Take a Photo” to take a new one with your webcam.

You may also be asked to upload a “cover photo”, which is a large, widescreen picture that will go at the top of your profile. This picture can be basically anything you want (within Facebook guidelines, of course) – some people put another picture of themselves, maybe with friends or family, while other people put pictures of other things or places that are meaningful to them.

After creating your Facebook account

That’s it! Congratulations, you can now use your Facebook account to keep in touch with contacts all around the world, send messages and share your news with everyone you love.

Your account is all set up, but if you want to make it easier for people to find you, you’ll want to add in some information on your profile. If you are in your “news feed”, you can always access your profile (the one your friends can see) by clicking on your name in the upper right-hand corner. To edit or add information, click on “About”, or use any of the suggested links in the sidebar (if available).

Here, you can set whether you want your birthday to be displayed publicly (your friends will have a notification on their newsfeed when it’s your birthday if you leave it public). You can also add the city that you live in, your home town, any other cities that you’ve lived in – the point of this is to make it easier for people to find you, especially if you have a common name. Same goes for adding where you went to school, jobs you have worked at, etc.

You can also add and edit relationship information, like choosing your relationship status, and tagging contacts who are related to you. If you want to meet new people with similar interests, you might be interested in filling in things you like: music, movies, books, artists, athletes, personal heroes, favorite quotes, etc. And for those of you who like to get everything out in the open, you can even add important life events to your timeline/biography.

All of this is optional, of course, and you can choose who is able to see it from the privacy settings we talked about earlier.

Once your profile/timeline is all set up with all the information you want to share, you can start seeing what your friends are up to in your newsfeed. Facebook has a formula to decide what will appear in your newsfeed (partially based on the things/friends that you interact with most often), which sort of gives you an overview of the latest posts from your contacts in your Facebook account. You can see what any friend in particular has posted by going directly to their profile, where you can also see their photos, information, etc.

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Create Telegram Account

The super-secure, super-fast instant messenger app known as Telegram just continues to grow in popularity. Considering that everyone’s worried about government surveillance these days (and there are plenty of countries in the world where that is a very valid concern), it’s no wonder that Telegram is catching on so quickly. To give you an idea of what we’re looking at here, the app was started by two brothers in Russia who wanted a way to communicate without the Russian government being able to spy on them – and thus, Telegram was born.

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Why create a Telegram account?

The free messaging app’s extra security features have even inspired major competitors like WhatsApp to make changes to their own apps. For example, Telegram has been offering a “secret chat” feature for years, which among other things used end-to-end encryption, meaning that the messages sent would never set foot on the app’s servers and would be almost impossible to intercept in transit. Well, if you’re a WhatsApp user, you may have noticed that as of a few months ago, whenever you start a new chat with someone, it informs you that your messages are being sent using end-to-end encryption.

There was also a bit of a hullabaloo when people discovered that they were unable to send a Telegram invitation link via Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp. So suffice it to say, Telegram has something to offer, and it’s something important enough that even Facebook is feeling threatened.

To use this unique chat application, you’ll need to sign up for a Telegram account. But don’t worry; as you would expect from an app that sees security as its top priority, very little personal information is required and most of it is kept private even from your contacts.

How to create a Telegram account

If you have an iPhone or Android smartphone, go to your usual app market and search for “Telegram”. It should pop up as the first result. Download the application to your device just like you normally would (the app is 100% free to download and use, no subscription fees or anything like that). After the installation is finished, tap on the icon to open Telegram.

The welcome screen has a link at the bottom that says “Start Messaging”, which is what you need to tap on to get started with the Telegram sign up process. On the next screen, you need to enter you mobile phone number and double check that the country code is right. Like with most chat apps, the number will be used to send a verification code via text message. There are ways to do this without using your real phone number (Google Voice, for example), but that’s beyond the scope of this article.

Once you get the code, type it in to verify your phone number. On the next screen, you can enter your name and select a profile picture. There’s no rule that says you have to use your real name here; it depends on how easily you want your contacts to be able to recognize you.

And that’s it as far as creating your Telegram account goes. All that’s left is choosing whether or not to sync your phone’s contacts, invite more people, etc.



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Create Skype Account

Skype was the first widely used program for video chat in the early 2000s, and several years later it is still one of the most popular communication apps, even holding its own against strong competitors like Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. Although it was most famous for video calls, you can also use Skype as a regular instant messenger or even to make voice calls – calls are free from Skype account to Skype account or to a mobile number that has Skype mobile. And you can even use it to call landline or mobile phones that aren’t associated with a Skype account at all for a very reasonable rate.

If you want to start connecting with your friends, family and colleagues on Skype, you’ll first need to create a Skype account. Don’t worry – the process is quite simple, and I’m going to walk you through it one step at a time. You might even already have one without even realizing it!


How to create a Skype account

Before you go and create a new Skype account, let’s make sure you don’t already have an account that can be used on Skype without realizing it. A few years ago, Skype was acquired by Microsoft, which means that any Microsoft account is now automatically a Skype account. So if you have a Hotmail or Outlook email address, MSN account, Windows Live account, OneDrive, Xbox Live, or any other type of account for an official Microsoft service, 9 times out of 10 you can use that same exact username + password to log in to Skype. You won’t know for sure until you try!

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Create Skype Account

Now, if that doesn’t apply to you, or if you simply want to create a new Skype account that isn’t associated with any of your existing accounts, you can continue with the following step by step instructions to sign up for Skype:

  1. Either download the Skype app to your smartphone and tap on the “sign up” button, or go to the home page online at On the home page, click on the little arrow next to the “sign in” button, and find the link that invites you to sign up if you don’t already have a Skype account.
  2. You’ll be prompted to enter your mobile phone number and a password to go with your account. If you would rather have your new Skype account linked to your email address, you can do that by clicking on the “use your email instead” link. This is also where you’ll choose your Skype account password.
  3. Skype will ask for your full name on the next page. Enter it and click “next”.
  4. Finally, they’ll send you a verification code or link to either your email address or phone number, whichever you used to set up the account. Follow the instructions to verify the account, and continue on to the next step.
  5. You may be asked to fill out additional information like birthday, location, language preferences, etc. before your account is ready to go. Enter in all the necessary information, and click the button to create your new Skype account!



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Create Pokémon Go Account

You’d have to be living under a rock not to have heard about Pokémon Go by now. It’s only been live in select countries for a couple weeks and it’s already racked up tens of millions of downloads in the Play Store alone! Here, we’ll walk you through the process of how to create a Pokémon Go account through two different methods, and introduce you to the basics of this hot new mobile game.

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Create Pokémon Go Account

How to create a Pokémon Go account: First method

When you first download and install the Pokémon Go application to your mobile device, you’ll be prompted to log in with your account information. There are actually two different accounts you can use as your Pokémon Go account.

The first method that most people use is also the simplest: simply log in with a valid Google account. If you have an Android device, you most likely already have one of these. If not, it’s as simple as heading over to and creating a Gmail account. Once your new email is set up, you can use it and its associated password to sign into Pokémon Go.

How to create a Pokémon Go account: Second method

The second method is a little less convenient for most people, but it has the benefit of generally being able to connect to the game servers more easily and consistently (according to anecdotal evidence, anyway). You can set up a Pokémon Trainer Club account and use it to play Pokémon Go, plus get all the standard features that come with being in the Trainer Club.

To create a Pokémon Trainer Club account, start by going to the sign up page at, or just Google “Pokémon Trainer Club”. On the first page, you’ll have to enter your date of birth and select your country. After you hit “continue”, it’s time to enter the contact info for your Trainer Club/Pokémon Go account and choose a username and password.

Something important about this sign up page: there are two different fields for “username” and “screen name”. The username you choose will not be displayed publicly, and is only used to log into your account. The screen name is how other Trainer Club members will see you if you make your profile public. They both have to be unique, so you’ll probably have to click the “check availability” button several times before you find a winner. If you choose not to make your profile public, you don’t have to pick a screen name.

When that’s finished, just check the box saying you agree to the terms of use, and click “continue”.

Playing Pokémon Go

You can now use your Google or Trainer Club account information to sign into Pokémon Go. Keep in mind that if you log in initially with Google and then later decide you want to use Trainer Club instead, this will create a whole new account and new game from zero.

Professor Willow will give you a tutorial on catching Pokémon in Pokémon Go. Once you’ve got the basics down, it’s time to head outside, explore and find wild Pokémon to catch and train. You’ll have to have Wi-Fi or mobile data on at all times, as well as GPS. Keep your eyes peeled for Pokéstops and Gyms – you’ll be needing them later when you’re a bit more advanced.


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  • How to Create a Badoo Account

How to Create a Badoo Account is one of the world’s most popular free dating sites, and quite possibly the most widely used on a global scale. Currently, they boast over 317 million members in 180 countries all around the world. Many people also use it to find new friends without all the pressure of dating and romance.

Unlike some “free” dating sites that won’t let you communicate with other members unless you sign up for a premium subscription, all you have to do to be able to search profiles, chat and match with other users is to create a Badoo account. Signing up on Badoo is fast, easy and 100% free – there are a few optional premium services you can pay for, but anywhere from 80-95% of Badoo users do just fine using the very extensive free services on the site. Here, we’ll walk you through the process of creating a Badoo account step by step.

How to Create a Badoo Account

Create a Badoo account

You have the option to sign up for Badoo on your computer or using their mobile application for iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. For computer, go online and go to the Badoo homepage at For mobile sign up, find the official Badoo app in your device’s official app store, download and open the app.

From here, the Badoo sign up process is roughly the same no matter what device you’re using. The easiest option is to link your Badoo account to another social account you already have, like Facebook, Twitter or MSN. For this option, just click on the button at the top of the sign up form that corresponds to the social network account you want to use. Any information you have on your existing profile will be used to automatically help fill in your Badoo profile.

Otherwise, just start typing in the requested information into the sign up box. You’ll be asked for your first name, date of birth, city and country, and email address (which will be kept private). You’ll also need to choose what you’re signing up for: making new friends, chatting, or dating. When everything is filled in, read the terms and conditions, privacy policy and cookie policy, and then click the green “sign up” button.

Badoo will ask to search your email contacts for people who are also using Badoo. If you want to connect with these people, just enter your email address and the password for your email so your contacts can be added. You can skip this step for now if you want by clicking on the “skip it” button at the bottom of the screen.

The next thing they’ll do is ask you to upload a profile picture, which will obviously increase your chances of being contacted by someone. If you want to do this later, just click “I’ll upload photos later”.

Confirming your Badoo account

The last step in the sign up process is to check the email you used to sign up. You should find a verification email with a link that you’ll need to click to get your new Badoo account up and running. Obviously, if you used Facebook, Twitter or MSN signup, this doesn’t apply to you. In fact, on the page telling you to check your email, you’ll have another opportunity to sign in with Facebook for instant registration. It’s up to you!

After verifying your account, make sure to take some time to fill out your profile to increase your chances of meeting cool new people. Make sure to take advantage of fun features like “Encounters” (which is kind of like “hot or not”) and “People nearby”. Good luck!

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