You might've had your email address for years, so everyone knows it. But let's say you want to change the name associated with that address. Perhaps you're getting married. Or want to create a fabulous stage name for your Hollywood debut.
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That means you want to simply change your Gmail address but keep everything else associated with your Google account the same. Instead, you have to create a new Gmail account and copy everything from everything from A gmail. And the easiest way to copy your data from A to Z is with VaultMe--a simple automated software that copies a copy of your old account into your new account. VaultMe saves you a bunch of time: takes only three steps copies all of your organization and labeling is the safest, simplest solution to moving data between any two Google accounts.
You can update, add, and remove some basic info on your account. You can change your name as many times as you want, but no more than 3 times in one minute. This limitation doesn't apply to accounts created less than 2 weeks ago. If you've already created a nickname, it's used if you don't have a name set. If you delete your nickname, you won't be able to create another one. This nickname is different from the nickname you can add in your "About me" page. To change that nickname, go to About me. After you add your birthday to your account, you can't delete it. However, you can edit it and change who sees it. Note : Your birthday may be used for account security and personalization across Google services.