Change Internet Accounts preferences on Mac
Use Internet Accounts preferences to add your internet accounts from Google, Yahoo, and other providers, so you can use them in your Mac apps. The iCloud account you set up in Apple ID preferences also appears in Internet Accounts preferences.
For each account, you can select the account features you want to use, such as Mail, Contacts, Calendar, and more.
Note: Deleting an account or deselecting individual features can remove data stored in your apps. The data may be restored if you select the feature or add the account again. If you’re not sure, ask the account provider.
To view these preferences, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Internet Accounts .
List of accounts (on the left)
View and change the features and setting for an account that is already set up on your Mac.
List of account features or list of account types (on the right)
Select the features you want to use and change settings for a selected account.
When no account is selected on the left, you can add a new account by clicking a provider on the right. For example, you an add an iCloud, Google, or Microsoft Exchange account.
Add an account from an account provider. Enter the requested information to set up the account.
If you don’t yet have an account from a particular provider, such as Yahoo, create one on the provider’s website, then add it here.
If you want to add an account from a provider that isn’t listed, such as a mail or calendar account for your company or school, click Add Other Account on the right, click the type of account you want to add, then enter the requested account settings. If you don’t know the type of account or the account settings, ask the account provider.
Remove a selected account and turn off all its features.
If your Mac is set up for iCloud Keychain when you remove an account (other than your primary iCloud account), you’re asked whether to remove the account from your other Mac computers set up for iCloud Keychain, or just turn off all the account features on this Mac.