How to sign out Google Account from multiple devices: All you need to know

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Nowadays, Gmail has become an integral part of official communication purposes. There are several logins that take place on mobile and personal computers. And we as users do not bother about removing our accounts from the multiple devices that we have logged in to throughout the day. Thus, it can be mishandled by many users who must have come across it. The closing of a window browser will not help you sign out of your Google Account and anyone can use it.

Here are the steps to remove Gmail Accounts from multiple devices:

Open your Gmail Account.

Tap on the profile photo on the top right corner of the Google Account page.

Once tapped, it will display a ‘Manage your Google Account’ option.

Click on the ‘Manage your Google Account’ option.

It will immediately direct you to the Google Account page. Then, click on the ‘Security’ button.

That will land on the page with the ‘Your devices’ option which will show the number of devices your Google account is logged in to.

Under the option of ‘Your devices’, there exists a ‘manage devices’ option.

Tap the manage devices button, the device’s name will be displayed on the other page.

Click on the three dots provided and it will have the sign-out icon.

Repeating the previous two steps, you can individually exist from all the logged-in devices.

It’s important that you should receive Gmail notifications whenever you make any changes in the security sections of your Google account. If you find any further issues, you can immediately change your Gmail password.

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How to enable 2- step verification in your Google account: All you need to know

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Each one of us receives a lot of mail and login notifications in our inboxes. But we hardly detect any emails that will corrupt our personal account. So, Gmail provides a review by adjusting some settings and helps us to secure our Google account. It is the most popular email client used across the globe. There is always a chance of your email being hacked by any means. For this purpose, strong passwords with additional 2-step verification will help to secure your account. Thus,2-step verification will add an extra layer of security to your account in case your password is stolen.

Here are the steps to enable your 2-step verification on Gmail:

Step 1: Now login to your Google account and click on on your smartphone or PC

Step 2: Once opened, select ‘Security’ in the navigation panel.

Step 3: Now get started under the “Signing to Google”, select 2-Step Verification.

Step 4: After you turn on the 2-step verification, you need to proceed with the further steps.

Step 5: Scroll down and click on the ‘’2-step Verification” option.

Step 6: Now click on the Get Started button and follow the on-screen instructions to set up 2-factor authentication.

Step 7: Enter your passwords to confirm your identity and select a password to try it now.

Step 8: Add your phone number so that Google can send the six-digit verification code and tap ‘Send’.

Step 9: Now provide your phone number by entering the six-digit code Google has sent you.

Step 10: Click ‘Next’ and turn it on to enable the two-factor verification.

Step 11: You can also sign in through Google prompts as it helps in protecting against SIM swaps and other phone number-based hacks.

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How to Stay Under Your 15 GB of Free Storage From Google

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Sign up for a Google account and you get 15 GB of cloud storage space for free, split across three main products—Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos. Once you exceed that limit, you need to sign up for a Google One storage plan, and they start at $1.99 per month for 100 GB of space.

Provided you’re smart about how you use your free storage, and you don’t have masses of files that need storing in the cloud, you can stay inside that free 15 GB of allotted room. The steps to take and the tricks to use vary slightly between Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos, and we’ve outlined them below. To see how much space you’re using across each Google product, visit this page and sign into your account.

It’s worth mentioning that should you exceed your storage limit of 15 GB, your files won’t suddenly disappear—you just won’t be able to add new ones. (Google says you “may not” be able to receive emails in Gmail either.) You’ll need to free up some space or pay for a Google One plan to start adding files again.


Gmail can help you decide which emails aren’t important. Gmail via David Nield

Individual emails don’t take up too much room, but if you’ve had your Gmail account for years, you might find they’re starting to add up. One way of clearing the decks can be to look for and wipe older emails. Type “older_than:1y” into the search box at the top of Gmail to look for messages older than a year. You can change the year, or switch to months if you want—“older_than:3m” or “older_than:6m” for example.

When your ‘older than …’ emails appear, click the selection box above the list on the left to select all of them, then click the Select all conversations that match this search option (this might not appear if your search hasn’t returned many results). Click the Delete button (the trash can icon) and the selected emails are erased—or rather they’re sent to the Trash folder for 30 days, and then they’re erased.

Emails with large attachments can also take up a lot of room in your Gmail inbox. In the search box, type “has:attachment larger:10m” to find messages with attachments bigger than 10 megabytes (you can adjust this number in either direction if you want). As before, click the selection box to the top left to select all the emails you’ve found, then click Delete to get rid of them.