Google will terminate your account if you have a Gmail account but haven’t used it in more than two years. The business has revised its rules. It has now asked customers to check their previous Google accounts by logging into their accounts every 24 months. Prior to this change, Google’s policy allowed for the deletion of account data after more than two years of inactivity. The business will now also delete unmoderated accounts, though. It hopes to enhance its service in this way to make more room for active users.
What was posted to the blog?
In a blog post, the company stated that it may delete an account and all of its contents by the end of the year if it hasn’t been used or signed in for at least 2 years. Google Workspace (including Gmail, Docs, Drive, Meet, and Calendar), Photos, YouTube, and other material are examples of this.
Since the new rule won’t go into effect until December,
customers who haven’t used Gmail in a while still have time to get their old accounts back. To help keep their content secure, they will be urged to find their previous login credentials.
How are account activities assessed by Google?
It tracks account activity based on a range of actions, including accessing Google Drive, and YouTube, downloading apps from the Play Store, and searching, or logging in with Google for external apps or services.
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