It is a fact that every one of us will be interested towards knowing what others think about us and know about us. It is the basic human psychology. With the increased usage of internet and mobile phones, we have been providing a lot of our information online. And we might also be aware of the fact that Google keeps a log of all our data and the human psychology in us motivates us to check what Google knows about us. It is common and basic, you can check the information of yourself that Google has with it and here is the simple process of doing that.
So, you might be aware of the fact that Google basically keeps track of all the activities that are carried through the devices that are logged in to your Gmail account. And it will also keep a log of all the web search history of you from all your Gmail logged devices.
Check What Google Knows And Manage Your Activities
You need to head to the My Activity page of your Google My Activity Page
Then you need to sign in to your Gmail account that you have used to log into our devices
You will be given the list of all the activities of you through your Gmail account logged devices
Then, you get detailed information about the activity by clicking on the three-dot icon next to it
Later, you can also manage this user data that Google has with it
You can simply click on the three-dot icon of a certain activity that you would like to remove, and then click on the delete option from the menu
If you wish you can also set activity controls and let Google monitor only certain things
After logging into the My Activity page of Google, you have to select the option activity controls from the sidebar
Then you will be directed to a new web page where you will be provided with some list of activities and you can just turn off the tog to stop Google from tracking the activity
Thus following these simple steps, you can check what Google knows about you and also manage the user data that Google has with it.