Delete your Google account when you die
Make sure your family has access to your account before it’s gone forever.
Your Google account is probably the last thing you think about when making your end-of-life plans. The same likely goes for. But it’s a good one to add to the mental list — and it’s something that’s easy to take care of any time.
Think about all the photos you have stored that your family and friends would like to have — or personal account information that your beneficiary will need to know about in the event of your death. There may be important files that you have stored on your Google Drive that someone will need access to. For those reasons, it’s a good idea to take five minutes and let Google know what to do with your data.