Login To The New Orkut
See some tips on going back to the old way of Orkut or creating your Gmail account and signing in with a new profile.
One of the social networks widely used by Brazilians is Orkut, created by a Google engineer in 2004; it aimed to unite everyone who lives far away, such as family, friends and lovers.
Online for more than seven years, Orkut has been transforming itself, and in 2009 a new layout modified practically every scrapbook; there was the possibility of placing more applications, in addition to changing the background of your profile, with great approval. by netizens.
Then came the new Orkut, free but requires registration to enjoy a profile. With so many changes, some doubts arise on how to enter the new Orkut; they are the same steps, but stay tuned for tips.
Login to Orkut via Gmail
To create your Orkut through Gmail, you must first have a registration, which is very simple. Just enter the Google website, and click on Orkut Login in the right corner of your screen. Soon the page to put your Login will appear, go to the left corner of the screen and click on create an account for free; after that, fill in the requested fields, with first and last name, your Gmail, and password, among other requirements.
Then click on the Next step; on the other page, you will receive a confirmation via email or SMS, and your account is done. Now enter Orkut and put your new Gmail email.
Login to Old Orkut
Despite being very practical, some internet users prefer this network the old way, and not knowing how to change it, they stop enjoying this social network better. To enter the old Orkut is very simple: Login normally, put your email and password, then in the profile, locate two icons below your post box on the upper right side of your display. One of them will be written Orkut Style click Classic View; your page will automatically update to the old version. Then enjoy the various applications, games and fun that Orkut makes available to its users.
Do not forget to log into your account or register on Orkut; being able to see your friends and make new friends with this social network is still widely used by Brazilians.