Lots of people use Gmail for their email, either using Google’s website in a web browser or through an email client. You may use an @gmail address, or you may have a domain hosted on Google’s G Suite.

When you use Google for your email as well as for search, maps, and more there are a number of security and privacy options you can set. Google has a full set of tools you can use to check and tweak your security settings, for both Gmail and for the rest of its services.

STEPS:

  • Begin by going to myaccount.google.com, where you can manage many of the settings for your Google account.
  • You’ll see several sections on this page, one for Privacy & Personalization, one for Security Checkup (We keep your account protected), one for Account storage, and one that offers to let you Take the Privacy Check-up (Privacy suggestions available).
  • And there are additional options in the sidebar, such as your Personal InfoData & PersonalizationSecurityPeople & Sharing, and Payments & Subscriptions.

Google Security Checkup

  • Start with the Security Checkup, in the We keep your account protected section (this may display Security issues found if there are issues you need to check). Click Get Started in that section, sign in to your account, and follow the instructions.
  • You can check all your signed-in devices. These are computers, tablets, and smartphones that have logged into your Google account. If you’ve recently sold or given away a device.

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