Manage connections between your Google Account and third-parties

To unlock helpful features, you can choose to share data between your Google Account and third-party apps and services.

Important: Third parties are companies or developers that aren’t Google. Only share your data with third parties that you trust. Google doesn’t set up connections without your permission.

Learn about third-party connections

To review all your current third-party connections:

  1. Visit your Google Account’s third-party connections page.
  2. Find the app or service in the list.
  3. Select the app or service whose connections you want to review.

Tip: If you select a third-party app or service that has a saved password in Google Password Manager, the page displays a link. Learn how to save, manage, and protect your passwords.

Manage third-party connections

Sign in with Google

To use your Google Account to sign in to third-party apps and services, use Sign in with Google. You can sign in across different platforms and browsers without the need to create a new password.

Review & manage these connections

To stop using Sign in with Google for an app or service:

Important: If you delete this connection, Google stops automatic sign-in to the app or service. This doesn’t delete the third-party app or service.

  1. Go to your Google Account’s third-party connections page.
  2. Select Sign in with Google.
  3. Select the third-party app or service whose connection you want to remove and then See details.
    • Tip: If you have more than one connection type with that app or service, your Sign in with Google connection appears under “How Google helps you sign in to {app name}.”
  4. Select Stop using Sign in with Google and then Confirm.

Learn more about Sign in with Google.

Learn how Sign in with Google helps you share data safely.

Link your Google Account
You can link your Google Account with your third-party app or service to provide improved and personalized experiences.

For example, you might link a music streaming service with your Google Account so you can ask the Google Assistant to play a song from that music streaming service.

Review & manage these connections

Important: If you delete this connection, Google loses access to your third-party app or service account. You won’t have access to features that require this connection on any device where you’ve signed in to your Google Account.

To remove Google’s access to a third-party app or service:

  1. Go to your Google Account’s third-party connections page.
  2. Select Linked account.
  3. Select the third-party app or service whose connection you want to delete.
    • Tip: If you have more than one connection type with that app or service, this connection appears under “Google has some access to your {App name} Account.”
  4. Next to the third-party account you want to remove, select Delete connection and then Confirm.

Tip: Before you delete the connection, to learn about what kind of info the third party shares with Google, read their privacy policy.

Learn more about third-party apps and services that share info with Google.
Share access to your Google Account with a third-party

You can allow third-party apps and services some access to your Google Account.

For example, a fitness app might request access to your Google Calendar to display classes you’ve signed up for through the app.

Important: Before you give a third-party access to your Google Account, read their privacy policy and security disclosures to learn how the third-party app or service uses your data and how they keep it safe.

Review & manage these connections

To review or remove what a third-party app or service can access:

Important: If you remove access, the third-party app or service can’t access your Google Account. This may make some features unavailable.

  1. Go to your Google Account’s third-party connections page.
  2. Select Have access to your Google Account.
  3. Select the third-party app or service you want to review.
    • To filter for third-party apps and services with specific access to your Google Account, select Access to and choose a Google product or select Other access.
  4. Select See details.
    • Tip: If you have more than one connection type with that app or service, this connection appears under “{App name} has some access to your Google Account.”
  5. Review the access that the third-party app or service has to your Google Account.
  6. If you want to remove the app or service’s access, select Remove access and then Confirm.

Report a third-party app or service

If you think a third-party app or service is misusing your data:

  1. Go to your Google Account’s third-party connections page.
  2. Select Have access to your Google Account.
  3. Select the third-party app or service you want to review.
  4. Select See details.
  5. At the bottom of the page, select Report this app.
  6. Fill out the form and select Submit.

Learn more about third-party apps and services with access to your Google Account.

How Google helps protect your data & personal info

  • Google does not share your Google Account password with any third-party app or service.
  • You can review the type of data that you consented to share from your Google Account to the third-party.
  • You can remove the access a third-party has to your Google Account at any time.

Important: If you delete the connection between your Google Account and a third-party app or service, the app or service may keep the data you've already shared with them. To delete data shared with the third-party app or service, visit the website for the app or service for details.

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