Tricks On How To Have Multiple Gmail Addresses With Only One Account

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Using a Google Gmail account for many platforms can be boring to many Google Users. Google Gmail is a very slick, free email product. One Gmail feature that you may not be aware of is that multiple Google email addresses can be created from one Gmail account. These bonus email addresses are easy to create and manage and can take a few different forms.

Having multiple Gmail addresses can provide a range of uses including easily separating personal and business email and tracking incoming email from specific subscriptions and mailing list. There are three main methods for expanding the number of usable Google email addresses that you can have from a single Gmail account.

 

Trick #1: Using Periods “.” To your username

Google Gmail does not count any periods (.) as characters in usernames. If your Gmail is mobizoneauthor@gmail.com, you can add one or more periods and Google will continue to identify it as the same address. See the examples below.

mobizone.author@gmail.com

mobizone.a.u.t.h.o.r@gmail.com

m.o.b.i.z.o.n.e.author@gmail.com

 

As you can see the above examples look different and they are still the same mobizoneauthor@gmail.com. So, Google Gmail recognizes all these addresses as the same and all mail sent to these addresses will arrive in the same inbox.

 

Trick #2: Adding Extra words to your username

Google Gmail does let you any specific to word to customize your Gmail account. But the only important thing is that you should make sure plus symbol “+” is added after your normal username and then add the word you want. See examples below.

mobizoneauthor+news@gmail.com

mobizoneauthor+content@gmail.com

mobizoneauthor+blogger@gmail.com

 

Trick #3: Using periods “.” and the plus symbol “+”

Author: Ibrahim

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