Google is adding an option for Google Account users to automatically delete all of their personal data stored in Google Cloud Storage (GC).
Google Cloud Storage is Google’s cloud-based, enterprise-grade storage solution for data.
The new feature is available on a few platforms, including the desktop and Mac.
It can be configured with your Google Account details, as well as data stored on external Google services, like Gmail.
If you have an existing Google Account, you’ll also be able to delete all personal data in Google’s own Google Cloud Data Services (GCDS), a service that provides access to your data on the cloud.
Google’s GCDS are available for both iOS and Android, and are available on Google Apps for Business, Google Cloud Search, and other services.
Google is making this feature available to new accounts only, so you’ll need to opt-in to it on your existing account.
To do so, head over to the account dashboard and go to your Profile section, under the “Accounts” tab.
On the “New Account” page, select the “Delete Data” tab, then click “OK”.
When you’re done, you should see a message saying that your data has been deleted.
You’ll need the “data retention policy” setting to do so in order to keep the data.
To delete your data in the cloud, head to the GCDS section of your profile, and click “Delete” under “Storage Policies”.
In the “Data Retention Policy” page for your account, choose the “All personal data” option, and enter your account details.
Once you’re satisfied with your settings, click “Done”.
The delete button will now disappear, and your data will be removed from Google Cloud storage.