Recently a new feature named Google Account Activity has been added in Google which allows you to check your Account activity for each month across many Google products in a single place. Every month the Account Activity Report will collect and summarize data across your Google Account – e.g. sent emails or top searches.
When you sign up for this feature you will be given a link to a password-protected report with insights into your signed-in use of Google services each month. But it will take some time to generate it. This monthly report will actually let you know that how much of the personal data has been collected by Google.
It is actually a periodical report which shows that how many Emails you have sent and how many Emails you have received, how often you have searched on Google, from which countries you have logged in and how often your YouTube videos have been viewed etc. if you have deleted data from the data source, e.g. in your Web History, it will have no impact on issued reports, however reports can be deleted at any time.
To sign-up for this services all you have to do is just visit this link in your browser and sign-in to your Account, then Google will collect and summarizes your data across your Google Account and send you the monthly report on your Account activity.
To delete any report just click on the “Trash” icon at the top of the report and you will be asked for a confirmation. Just click on the “Delete” button and your report will be deleted. But once you confirm to delete the report, you won’t be able to undo your action.
This feature is a good new feature in Google which provides transparency of the data collected by them. In other word it is just like your periodic bank statement which tells you everything about your transactions. Soon Google is going to add more new exciting features too.