As you may have noticed, the Google Student portal is now available in Japan, but there are some important details to keep in mind.
First, the information will only work for a limited number of users, meaning that you’ll need to have Google’s mobile and desktop accounts connected to the same network to access it.
Secondly, this new portal only allows you to access the full set of the Google campus data, but you can’t download or share anything, unlike the old one.
Google Student will still let you search through student profiles, but your only access to the school and academic records will be through the Google Campus website, which will remain the same as it is in Japan.
As for how Google will use this data, the Japanese portal only lets you search the most recent student or academic records, so you won’t be able to search for specific students or academic details if you don’t have a Google account.
The Google Student mobile app will allow you to sign up to be notified when the portal opens for Japanese users, and it will be updated every 30 days.
This means that you can sign up for a free account if you haven’t already.
You can check out our full guide to the Google search results, which show search results for students, to learn more about how Google uses the information it collects from Japanese students.
The main difference is that the new Google Student homepage doesn’t include a Japanese search option.
However, if you’re interested in finding all of the school’s student data, you can check it out in this guide.
In the future, Google may update the student portal to make it even easier for Japanese students to access all of their school records.
As such, the new portal will have access to all of a student’s school information and will have an English translation.