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Legacy Google Apps account and how it affects Analytics

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Hello,

 

I'm using a legacy Google Apps account which is no longer offered. I'm using a custom domain as my email address and have linked it to all of my Google properties (ie. Analytics, Webmaster Tools, Youtube, Adwords etc.). My question is if I decide to change email service providers, but still keeping the same address how will it affect all the Google Properties still linked to that email address, will all the data disappear or will I still be able to access the accounts as usual?

 

Please advise, thanks.

 

Frank

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Re: Legacy Google Apps account and how it affects Analytics

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In all of those services, you can Admin grant access to a new Google Account. Do that BEFORE you switch off the old account. The two accounts will share access and you've never miss a beat.
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I see, thanks for the reply. So I'll need to assign a new Google account with admin access but I'd still be able to login with the old email address even though its no longer a Google Apps account?

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Yes -- you give away the keys to the kingdom to the other half of your split personality. :-)
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haha alright thanks.