Email privacy has become more and more of a concern each day. Emails are used to access sites of different kinds, especially sites that store personal information, such as credit card information, personal addresses, and phone numbers. Because of this, it’s important to make sure that you are the only person who has access to your private account.
- Log into your Gmail account. Passwords are case-sensitive. Typing “password” isn’t the same as typing “PASSWORD”.
- Click on your avatar. It’s located in the upper right corner of your browser.
- Click “My Account”.
- Click on “Sign-in & security”.
- Click “Device activity & notifications”. It’s located in the sidebar on the left.
- Click “Review events” under “Recent security events”. Here, you’ll be able to see any sign-in activity in the past 28 days.
- Go back. Click the back button (left arrow) in the top left corner of your browser next to the URL address bar.
- Click “Review devices” under “Recently used devices”.
- Secure your account. If you see any strange sign-in activity or devices you don’t recognize, click “Secure your account” at the top of the page.