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    How to Create Additional Email Addresses in Gmail and Yahoo

    Creating a New Gmail Address on Desktop

    1. Open the Gmail website. Doing so will open your primary account's inbox if you're already logged into Gmail.
      • If you aren't logged into Gmail, enter your email address and password and click Sign in.

    2. Click your profile icon. It's the profile picture in the top right corner of your inbox.
      • If you haven't set a profile picture, it's the first letter of your first name on a colored background.

    3. Click Add Account. It's in the bottom-left corner of the profile drop-down menu.
    4. Click Create account. This is a link below the Next button.
    5. Enter your new account information. This will include the following:
      • First and last name
      • A username for your new email address
      • A password for your new email address
      • Your date of birth
      • Your gender
      • Your phone number
      • Your current email address
      • Your location (e.g., United States)

    6. Click Next step. It's in the bottom-right corner of the page.
    7. Scroll down and click I AGREE. This option is at the bottom of Google's terms of use agreement.
    8. Click Continue to Gmail. It's in the middle of the page. Your new Gmail address is now attached to your primary Gmail account.


    Creating a New Yahoo Email Address on Desktop

    1. Open the Yahoo website. Doing so will take you to the Yahoo home page.
      • If you aren't already signed into Yahoo, click Sign In in the top-right corner of the screen and enter your Yahoo email address and password.

    2. Click Mail. It's in the top-right corner of the Yahoo home page.
    3. Click ⚙️. This option is in the top-right corner of the screen.
    4. Click Settings. It's near the top of the drop-down menu below the gear icon.
    5. Click Accounts. You'll find it on the left side of the Settings window.
    6. Click your primary account. It should be listed near the top of this page.
    7. Scroll down and click Create address. This link is below the Extra email address heading.
    8. Type in your new account's name. What you enter here doesn't matter--as long as it isn't explicit or already taken, you can name your new inbox anything you like.
    9. Click Check availability. Doing so will make sure that your typed name isn't already taken.
      • If your selected username is taken, you can click one of the options that appears here as an alternative, or you can type in a new one.

    10. Click Choose. It's at the bottom of the page.
    11. Type in the verification code. You'll do so in the text field below the code on this page.
    12. Click OK. It's in the bottom-left corner of the screen. As long as the captcha code you typed matches the code in the box, your new email address is now attached to your primary account.
    13. Click Go to inbox. From here, you'll be able to send and receive email using your new email address after you sign back into your primary account.


    Creating a New Gmail Address on an iPhone


    1. Open the Gmail app. It's the red "M" on a white background that resembles an envelope.
      • If you aren't logged into Gmail, enter your Google email address and password and tap Sign in.

    2. Tap ☰. It's in the top-left corner of the screen.
    3. Tap ▼. You should see this arrow to the right of your email address, near the top of the page.
    4. Tap Manage accounts. It's below any accounts you have previously signed into on your iPhone.
    5. Tap Add Account. This option is at the bottom of the page.
    6. Tap More options. It's in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
    7. Tap Create new account. You'll see this option in the pop-out window near the More options link.
    8. Type in a first and last name.
    9. Tap Next. It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
    10. Enter your birth date and gender.
    11. Tap Next.
    12. Type in a username. This is the name that will determine your custom email address.
    13. Tap Next.
    14. Type in a password, twice. Your passwords must match each other in order for you to continue.
    15. Tap Next.
    16. Type in a phone number. You can also tap Skip in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
      • If you do add a phone number, you may have to confirm it by entering a code that Google sends to your Messages app on the next page.

    17. Tap Next.
    18. Scroll down and tap I agree.
    19. Tap Next one last time. Doing so will add your new account to your Gmail app and sign you into it. You can access it at any time by tapping and tapping the profile thumbnail (in most cases, this will be the first letter of your first name on a colored background).


    Signing Into a New Gmail Address on Android

    1. Open the Gmail app. It's the red "M" on a white background that resembles an envelope.
      • If you aren't logged into Gmail, enter your Google email address and password and tap Sign in.
      • While you can't create a new email address on Android, you can sign into one from the Gmail app.

    2. Tap ☰. It's in the top-left corner of the screen.
    3. Tap ▼. You should see this arrow to the right of your email address near the top of the page.
    4. Tap Add account. This option is below your email address.
    5. Tap Google. It's the top option on this page.
    6. Tap Sign in. It's in the bottom-right corner of the page.
    7. Enter your email address and password. You'll do so in the provided fields on this screen.
    8. Tap ►. It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
    9. Tap OK. Doing so will prompt Gmail to add your selected account to your primary account.
    10. Tap ► twice. Your new account is now signed into Gmail. You can access it at any time by tapping and tapping the profile thumbnail (in most cases, this will be the first letter of your first name on a colored background).


    Creating a New Yahoo Email Address on Mobile


    1. Open the Yahoo app. It's the purple icon with "Yahoo!" written on it.
      • If you aren't already signed in, enter your email address and password and tap Sign in.

    2. Tap ☰. It's in the top left corner of the screen.
    3. Tap Manage Accounts. This option is near the top of the menu.
    4. Tap Add Account. It's an option below your primary account name.
    5. Tap Sign up for a new account. This link is below the blue Next button on this page.
    6. Enter your new account information. You'll need to fill in the fields on this page with the following information:
      • First and last name
      • New email address
      • New email password
      • Phone number
      • Birth date
      • Gender (optional)

    7. Tap Continue. It's at the bottom of the screen.
    8. Tap Text me an Account Key. Doing so will prompt Yahoo to send a text message to your provided number in order to verify your account.
      • You can also tap Call me with an Account Key if your plan doesn't allow for texting.

    9. Open the message from Yahoo. It will be in your phone's Messages app; the message will be from a six-digit phone number and will say "[12345] is Your Yahoo Account Key."
      • Make sure you don't close the Yahoo app when you do this.

    10. Type in your code. You'll do this in the text field in the middle of the screen.
    11. Tap Verify. It's at the bottom of the screen. If your code matches the one Yahoo sent you, your account will be created.
    12. Tap Let's Get Started to proceed to your account. You now have a new Yahoo email address in addition to your primary one.


    Creating a Disposable Email Address in Yahoo


    1. Open the Yahoo website. Doing so will take you to the Yahoo home page.
      • If you aren't already signed into Yahoo, click Sign In in the top-right corner of the screen and enter your Yahoo email address and password.

    2. Click Mail. You'll find this option in the top-right corner of the Yahoo Home page.
    3. Click ⚙️. It's in the top-right corner of the inbox.
    4. Click Settings. This option is at the top of the drop-down menu.
    5. Click the Security tab. It's on the left side of the Settings window.
    6. Click Create Base Name. You'll find this option at the bottom of the Security window.
    7. Type in a name. The name you type here will be the base of any future disposable Yahoo email addresses, so choose it carefully!
    8. Click Create. It's at the bottom of the page. As long as your base name isn't already taken, doing so will create a base name for your disposable email addresses.
    9. Click Add. This button is to the right of the window with your base name in it on the Security page.
    10. Type in a keyword. Your keyword will go at the end of your base name following a hyphen; this is what will set the disposable email address apart from others you may create.
      • For example, if your base name is "coffeelover123" and your keyword is "muffins", your disposable address would be "coffeelover123-muffins".

    11. Type in a new name. You'll do so in the Name field below the keyword creation box.
      • You can also add a note in the Notes box here.

    12. Click Save. It's below the Notes box. Doing so will save your keyword.
    13. Click Save. This time, it's at the bottom of the window. Click Save will save your disposable email address and attached keyword. You can now use your disposable email address for questionable sites or services in order to receive verification emails without having to give out your real Yahoo email address.
      • With a disposable email address, scammers won't be able to access your actual account or view other accounts linked to it.

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    Problem with Gmail, they limit amount of accounts you can have on one phone number, but you can bypass it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicX View Post
    Problem with Gmail, they limit amount of accounts you can have on one phone number, but you can bypass it.
    How can you bypass? Fake number or what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicX View Post
    Problem with Gmail, they limit amount of accounts you can have on one phone number, but you can bypass it.
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryBosch View Post
    How can you bypass? Fake number or what?
    This is the million dollars question!

    HOW can you bypass it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    This is the million dollars question!

    HOW can you bypass it?
    I'll post this link if i'm allowed: https://drfone.wondershare.com/facto...ification.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    This is the million dollars question!

    HOW can you bypass it?
    Quote Originally Posted by MusicX View Post
    I'll post this link if i'm allowed: https://drfone.wondershare.com/facto...ification.html
    I can't give you a million dollars, but if this shit works i will add you 1000 REPS

    I am just very busy at the moment so i will check this out after a few days

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    @TheTrader another way to bypass is to use TextNow create a dummy phone number and instead of sending text select send audio or voicemail. This way should work
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTrader View Post
    I can't give you a million dollars, but if this shit works i will add you 1000 REPS

    I am just very busy at the moment so i will check this out after a few days
    Just tried this technique and it allowed me to create an account with no questions asked

    Via Google Sign up Page
    This method can also be regarded as a technique to befool Google by feeding in incorrect date of birth. All you need to do is:
    Visit the Google Sign Up web page on the Chrome browser.
    Now feed in all your details accurately until you reach the DOB field.
    Herein, submit your date of birth as 15 or younger to give an impression that you are too young to own a phone.
    Just leave phone number empty and give DOB as 01/01/2003 and happy days!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by masonos View Post
    Just tried this technique and it allowed me to create an account with no questions asked



    Just leave phone number empty and give DOB as 01/01/2003 and happy days!!!
    Didn't work for me... Still asked for a confirmation via SMS

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    Quote Originally Posted by confucius View Post
    @TheTrader another way to bypass is to use TextNow create a dummy phone number and instead of sending text select send audio or voicemail. This way should work
    I was using this workaround a couple of years ago. It was working fine with 2 different sites (with fake phone numbers) but after a while all their phones were fucked up and were not working any more.

    TBH i don't remember the exact sites i was using though... Did you try TextNow recently and worked?


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