In case of death. How can the user's family and friends access their Facebook, Google and Apple accounts?

There is no doubt that we all think about what will happen to our personal accounts on The Social Networking Site Facebook, as well as our a...


There is no doubt that we all think about what will happen to our personal accounts on The Social Networking Site Facebook, as well as our accounts on Google or Apple, in case something happens to us, so the majority of these famous sites applied a feature that allows the family or friends to access their accounts, but provided that this person is the one who decided to do it before something happens to him.

Apps to delete on Android

The way to let my family into my personal accounts after I die.

The first thing to do is to create emergency contacts in the password manager app.

You can create (emergency kit) for passwords when you sign up, including all the information someone might need to sign in to your account, then print it or save it in a USB drive, and place it in a safe place where those close to you can access it.

You can also save passwords for your accounts, such as bank account numbers, credit card numbers, and any other important information you may need to leave behind.

On Facebook. Add a recommended contact
On Facebook you can choose a recommended contact to manage your post-mortem account, and to do so follow the following steps:

  1. Go to your Facebook account.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Click on the General option.
  4. Click on Memorialization Settings Settings.
  5. Under the Your Legacy Contact option, in the box below, you can type in the name of the person you want to manage your account after death.
  6. Click on the (Add) option.
The person you have chosen will be automatically added without an alert, but you can alert them that you have chosen them for this task.
You can also choose to disable your account after death, within the same reminder settings by clicking on the Request that your account be deleted after you pass away, and choose Delete After Death in the pop-up.


On Google.. Set up an account manager plan
Google offers an Inactive Account Manager tool that automatically transfers control of your account to a specific person after a period of account activity, and to set up the tool follow the following steps:

  1. Go to your Google Account through this link: https://myaccount.google.com/.
  2. Under the Privacy & Personalization section, click on manage your data & personalization option.
  3. Scroll down until you reach the section (download, delete, or plan your data) Download, delete, or make a plan for your data.
  4. Click on the Make a plan for your account option.
  5. You'll see a page titled (Inactive Account Manager), click start option.
  6. Here you can specify how long you will stop using the account and after which Google will take any action, offering you 4 options: 3, 6, 12 or 18 months.
  7. You can also add your phone number so That Google can contact you before taking any action after your account is inactive for the period specified above, and you can add your phone number, or the number of your closest person.
  8. You can also add an email to the person you want to give the right to control your account and choose each Google service that you want to download.

Dual authentication on iPhone
If you add binary authentication 2FA to some of your important accounts, your loved ones will need access to your phone, as well as your username and passwords.

One option is to add a fingerprint or a trusted person's face to your phone, and Android phone options vary depending on the phone model you're using.

On an iPhone, those with Touch ID phones can add an extra fingerprint, and if you're using an iPhone X or a newer phone, you can add another face as well.

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