If you have a Gmail (Google) account you need to bookmark the link provided below that gets you to a dashboard (called “My Account”) that gives you quick access to settings and tools that let you safeguard your data, protect your privacy, and decide how your information can make Google services work better for you. You can even use the dashboard to help find your phone if you lose it; or, to see how much Google Drive space you have left.
Many Gmail (Google) account users are unfamiliar with this dashboard. I highly recommend that you put this one on your bookmark list and periodically visit the dashboard site to review your settings.
From the “My Account” dashboard you can manage (and control) things such as:
Sign-in and Security – Control your password and Google Account access (Signing in to Google, Device activity & security events and Connected apps & sites).
Personal Info and Privacy – Manage your visibility settings and the data we use to personalize your experience (Your personal info, Manage your Google activity, Ads Settings and Control your content).
Account Preferences – Set language, accessibility, and other settings that help you use Google (Language & Input Tools, Accessibility, Your Google Drive storage and Delete your account or services)
Security Checkup – Protect your account in just a few minutes by reviewing your security settings and activity.
Privacy Checkup – A quick checkup to review important privacy settings and adjust them to your preference.
Find Your Phone – Whether you forgot where you left it or it was stolen, a few steps may help secure your phone or tablet.
My Activity – Discover and Control the data that’s created when you use Google Services.
SOURCE: Google – My Account