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GMAIL has become a popular email service for tech-savvy businesses and individuals across the world. The Google email service has more than one billion users – which also makes it a prime target for hackers. How do you sign in and create a Gmail account? And how can you protect your emails from being hacked?
Gmail is one of the most popular email services on the internet right now, with more than one billion people logging in to check and send emails every day.
Google has updated its services several times in the last few months to ensure that users are properly protected from hackers.
First of all, you will need to provide some basic information, including your name, birth date, gender and location in order to create a Gmail account.
Go to www.gmail.com and click ‘create an account’, following the on-screen instructions to set up a profile.
Once this process has been completed, you can add contacts to your account – filling out your contacts book in the mail settings.
Once the account has been created and a strong, secure password has been selected, you will need to log in.
To do that, go to www.gmail.com and type in your username (your email address) and password and click sign in.
To sign out, click on the circle in the top right of your screen that will either have an avatar image or your account name initials in it.
A drop-down menu will appear with the option to sign out.
1. Go to the account recovery page
2. If you can’t remember your password, click Try different question.
3. Use your recovery email or phone number.
4. Gmail will send a recovery code to that contact to prove your account ownership to phone number/email.
5. Alternatively, you can also answer your security question, that would have selected at the time of setting up this account.
6. Once you receive the recovery code, enter it in Gmail, Google will then ask you to change your password.
7. Gmail will take you through the Security Check once you are signed. Make sure to check and change your security information.