When we log in to our Gmail accounts, the first thing we notice about the email address is that it contains our mobile number. However, there’s no restriction to having multiple Gmail accounts on one device and you do not need to use your mobile number each time you create an account on this platform. How can you create multiple Gmail accounts? Well, the answer lies in using Google Chrome’s hidden feature – Incognito Mode or Private Browsing Mode. Let us take a look at how to use Incognito Mode or Private Browsing Mode to create multiple Gmail accounts without a mobile number. Create Multiple Gmail Accounts Without A Mobile Number
How you can register new google account using existing email address
By default, you can’t create multiple google accounts using same gmail address. But there is a way to create multiple gmail account without using your mobile number and phone verification for registering new google account. You just need different email address to register new gmail account. Just follow below steps to register your desired new google account
Step 1 – Open New Gmail Account
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Sign in to your existing Google account and click on your profile picture in the upper right corner of your screen. Under Account Info, choose Sign out. This will sign you out of Google across all devices.
Step 2 – Sign In with Existing Google Account
Fill in your email address, choose a username and password. Click Next to proceed to Step 3.
Step 3 – Complete Registration Process
On clicking submit, you will be redirected to a Google account page. Click on Skip This Step button. Now, click on Advanced Setup link, which is located in red box. You will be directed to another page as shown below
Verify your email address from another PC/Mobile
Just to be on a safer side, you can verify your email address from another PC or mobile and then you can reset your password. Follow below steps.
How many accounts can I create with my phone number? If you have 2-Step Verification enabled, you may have multiple accounts associated with your phone number. In addition to standard verification, 2-Step Verification for Google accounts has options for backup codes and an app password that would allow you to connect without your phone (or computer).