Death is an inevitable path that we’re all walking on, there are services to help plan where our things goes after life but what about our digital life? Google has recently announced an Inactive Account Manager feature that helps you, well, manage your inactive Google accounts including Gmail, Blogger, Google+ Profile, Pages, Picasa, Google Voice, YouTube and more.
Available in this link, all you need to do is add a phone number and an optional e-mail address for Google to contact you. If you haven’t responded in a set amount of time – after 3, 6, 9 or 12 months, you can select to have all your Google data erased, or have them entrusted to selected contacts.
This is not the first afterlife service we’ve seen, years back, Facebook already offered something similar that turns a Facebook profile into a memorial page, so, anybody setting up their inactive account page?