Google Releases Dashboard to Show You How Much Data You Have Stored In the Cloud

Ryan Whitwam

We all know Google has a lot of information about us. Now there’s a way to have all that data laid out before you in terrifying detail. Google Dashboard is the search giant’s new site aimed at increasing user control over personal information.

The Dashboard is available in your account settings page (or just  go here ), and kept behind an additional sign-in page. Once logged in, you’ll see all the Google services you use along with a summary of its use. There is currently support of more than 20 Google services including Gmail, Latitude, Google Voice, Google Docs, Gtalk, YouTube and Picasa.

Google offers quick access to the settings for each service if you’re not happy with the information being stored.  So, feel better?

Google's video overview:

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