I recently decided to create a public profile on Google to take advantage of the Google+ features. After creating the profile I soon realized that the “Account Settings” link, found after clicking your profile name, now takes you to a new “Accounts Overview” page.
The issue with the new accounts overview is that it does not display Google products such as Adwords, Analytics and Webmaster Tools, which I use on a regular basis. Thankfully Google provide a link to the old accounts screen, enabling you to select your products. Read on to find out how.
Old Account Settings Link Location
Account Settings Link Location After Adding a Profile
Accessing The Old Account Settings Page
On the new Google Accounts Overview page you should be able to see a message under the Services section of that says:
Looking for older account options? Visit the previous version of the Google accounts screen
Clicking the link will take you to the old accounts screen where you can access all of your Google products.
I am yet to find another link that allows me to view my Google products from this newer Google accounts area. It would certainly be nice if Google added a “My Products” section to this accounts screen so that we do not have to jump back and forth when we want to access the likes of Adwords, Analytics and other Google products.
It took a few months, but Google now display your products after clicking on the accounts area when signed up for Google+. Strangely when you click the edit button after “Your Products” this takes you to a page where you can close your Google account. I was expecting this to allow me to edit which products are displayed on this page. Oh well, its a vast improvement on the near hidden link in the solution above (the above solution will still take you to the old products page if you prefer).
Google has moved the location of their product links again. This can now be found at: https://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/about/products/
In addition to this, Google now provides another way to access your products by using the Google bar apps link. This can be customized to add other Google products.