Google has redesigned the Google account center on Android with a simpler and more intuitive interface, and now allows you to quickly search for any settings or account details you want to review or change. The new aspect will come to the web and to iOS "later this year". Google says that 20 million people visit the configuration of their account on a daily basis, so it is very important for the company to succeed and improve constantly. The account page includes your personal information, devices connected to your account, payment methods, purchase history, subscriptions, etc.
The renewed page of the account has made security and privacy options "more prominent," since that is the kind of thing you should check regularly. And now there is a search bar for those instances where you are looking for something specific but you may not know how to get there from the home page of the main account.
"To help you better understand and take control of your Google account, we have made all of your privacy options easy to review with our intuitive new user-tested design," wrote Jan Hannemann, product manager at the Google account. the publication of today's blog about the changes. "Now you can more easily find your activity controls in the Data and Personalization tab and choose what types of activity data are stored in your account so that Google works better for you."
From the Google Account section, you can also easily access the company's simplified security and privacy check pages to make sure everything looks the way it should. Even on the main page of the account, you will now be shown "prominent notices" if Google notices that there is something you can do to further strengthen the security of your account.