If you were a previous Google user before our district went to our new Google BPSNE domain you may have named your first account with the @bpsne.net ending. If so, you now have a conflicted account and it will have to be resolved before you can move any data between the accounts. See how to’s for this here.
lays out how to rename your old account with a temporary username to
help fix the situation. The documents are a bit lengthy and it will
take you a few minutes of your time to get it completed. When you log
into your new bpsne account from Google and you see “an update to your
account is required”, you know you have a conflicting account. Google
will prompt you to enter in the require information in order to create a
temporary name for your old account. It will seem very lengthy, but it
will have to be done. So maybe before you sit down to tackle your
conflicting accounts make yourself a cup of tea or coffee and settle in
to follow lots of directions. We wish it could be easier #Google!
the way, if you have been using Blogger or Twitter or Facebook to post
information you might want to go in and change your email address associated with these accounts so you continue to receive your notifcations.
Just look under profile in most applications to change your account
settings. Good Luck!
Written by Jenny Krzystowczyk