The Google Developer Program offers tools and resources to help you on your development journey. Get development assistance from Gemini, access training to uplevel your skills, connect with global communities, and more.

For more general information about the Google Developer Program and all of its features, see Google Developer Program.

Profile info

Where is my profile?

You can sign in and access your Google Developer Program profile by going to developers.google.com/profile/u/me.

How do I edit my profile?

You can edit your Google Developer Program profile by going to developers.google.com/profile/u/me.

What happens if I make my profile public?

Making your profile public makes it viewable by anyone online. This includes your name, image, role, company or school, bio, badges you've received, stats, and your social media links (including GitHub, GitLab, X, LinkedIn, and Stack Overflow). Your pages saved, pages rated, and events attended are not part of your public profile.

You can change your profile privacy settings under the Account tab at developers.google.com/profile/u/me/settings#account.

Why was my account turned to private?

If we reasonably believe content in your profile violates our content policy, your account will be switched to private and the content in your profile will be deleted. You won't be able to make your account public again for at least 60 days. Google also reserves the right to suspend or terminate your access to the services or delete your Google Account, as described in the Taking action in case of problems section of the Google Terms of Service.

What happens when I integrate my profile with a third-party app or service?

If you authorize an application to access your Google Developer Program profile, that application will be able to see your profile information, even if you have not made your profile public. Learn more about how to manage third-party apps and services with access to your account.

Can I transfer or merge my account with another profile?

You cannot transfer or merge your profile with another account. It's encouraged to use your personal account (when appropriate) for your Google Developer Program profile to ensure you retain all the badges and information.

Why can't I create a profile with my Google Workspace account?

The Google Developer Program profile supports Google Workspace account types; however, if you are getting an error you might need your organization's administrator to enable access to the Google Developers service.

For more information, see Turn Google Developers on or off for users.

Where should I file issues or feedback?

If you encounter any issues or want to provide feedback on anything related to your Google Developer Program profile, click Send Feedback at the bottom of your Google Developer Program profile page.

How can I delete my account data?

When signed in, go to the Account tab at developers.google.com/profile/u/me/settings#account and click Delete profile to delete your account.

Custom URLs

What is a personalized custom URL?

When you make your Google Developer Program profile public, you can set a personalized custom URL that lets you share your profile on social media, resumes, and other online forums. This link redirects users to your public profile. Your personalized link works with g.dev/ and https://developers.google.com/profile/u/me.

Important: Personalized custom URL changes are limited to once every 30 days. Once a custom URL is deleted, it cannot be reserved again by anyone for at least 30 days.

Can I have more than one custom URL?

Custom URLs are limited to one per profile, but you can change your custom URL once every 30 days.

How do I transfer my custom URL from one profile to another?

If you want to transfer your existing custom URL to a new account, change the custom URL on your old profile and reclaim the URL you want to keep with your new profile. Note that you can only change your custom URL once every 30 days.


What are badges?

Badges are non-monetary digital awards that recognize developer achievements, incentivize users, and track the completion of specific tasks. For more information, see Badges.

What are pathways?

Pathways are ordered collections of related content, such as videos and codelabs, which help you learn a specific developer tool or concept. Upon finishing a pathway, you can complete a quiz to earn a badge. Visit developers.google.com/learn/pathways to get started.

How do Saved Pages and collections work?

The Saved Pages feature lets you bookmark pages across Google developer sites and quickly access them at a later date. You can organize your saved pages into customized collections and receive notifications when your saved content is updated.

What is a release note?

A release note is a summary that captures recent changes, enhancements, and bug fixes. When one of your Saved Pages is updated and a release note is published, you receive an in-site notification highlighting the change. You can also opt in to receive a weekly email containing the release note updates by visiting the Notifications tab under Settings and checking the box next to Release notes.

AI features

What AI features are included as part of the Google Developer Program?

As a member of the Google Developer Program, you gain access to AI tools that use Gemini models to help you stay organized, get answers to your technical questions, and accelerate your projects.

These tools include Side Panel Chat, Code Explain, and Search Summaries.

Why do I need to join the Google Developer Program to use these feature?

AI features such as the Side Panel Chat are only available to members of the Google Developer Program. This allows future personalization to the responses based on your profile such as your interests or preferred programming languages.

Which sites will the Side Panel Chat work on?

The Side Panel Chat is available in Beta on developer documentation pages on developers.google.com and firebase.google.com (in supported regions). The Side Panel Chat is not available on mobile devices.

Why does the Side Panel Chat say that it can't answer my question?

The Side Panel Chat lets you ask questions about developer topics and get responses based on what's in the Google Developer documentation, including the page you're on. If you ask a question that is outside of that scope, you'll get a response saying that it can't help with that request or that it can only answer about Google Developer topics.

If you encounter errors with valid questions, consider rephrasing your question. If the chat incorrectly indicates that it cannot respond to your question, you can report this issue by clicking the Send feedback icon at the top of the Side Panel Chat.

How can I give feedback about the Side Panel Chat or its responses?

Click the Send feedback icon at the top of the Side Panel Chat to provide feedback on this feature, including any incorrect answers you might get in response to your questions.

What are Search Summaries?

Search Summaries use Gemini models to provide search results that summarize information about what the user is searching for. Search Summaries offer richer, more insightful answers directly on the search results page.

What sites do Search Summaries work on?

Search Summaries are available in Beta on the following sites (in supported regions):

  • developers.google.com
  • cloud.google.com
  • firebase.google.com
  • developer.android.com