Gmail December 1, 2023 what do you know about deleting accounts

Google informed her period of inactivity for a Google Account in two years on all its products and services. This change goes into effect today and will apply to all Google Accounts that are inactive, meaning they haven't been signed in to or used in two years. An inactive account and any content on it will be eligible for deletion as of December 1, email group

What does this mean for you:

  • These changes don't affect you unless you've been inactive in your Google Account for two years or haven't used your account to sign in to any Google service for more than two years.
  • While the changes will take effect today, the earliest it will force any account deletion is December 2023.
  • Εάν ο λογαριασμός σας θεωρηθεί ανενεργός, η εταιρεία θα στείλει αρκετά ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου υπενθύμισης και στις διευθύνσεις ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου ς (εάν έχουν καταχωριστεί) πριν προβεί σε κάποια ενέργεια ή διαγράψει τυχόν περιεχόμενο λογαριασμού. Αυτά τα μηνύματα ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου υπενθύμισης θα σταλούν τουλάχιστον 8 μήνες πριν από οποιαδήποτε ενέργεια στον λογαριασμό σας.
  • After deleting a Google Account, the Gmail address for the deleted account cannot be used again to create a new Account.

How can you keep your account active?

The simplest way to keep a Google Account active is to sign in to the account at least once every two years. If you recently logged into your Account within the last two years, then your account is considered active and will not be deleted.

Other ways to keep your account active include:

  • Read or send email
  • Using Google Drive
  • Watch videos on YouTube
  • Photo sharing
  • Download application
  • Using Google Search
  • Using Sign in with Google to sign in to a third-party app or service

There are some exceptions to this policy. Examples include the following:

A Google Account with YouTube channels, videos or comments, an account with a gift with a cash balance or an account that has a published app on the Google Play Store. Other exceptions to this policy are available here.

Google also offers tools to manage your Google Account and provides options for backing up your data, such as the ability to download your data using Archiving Google and the ability to schedule what happens to your data if you are inactive for a certain period of time with Manage an inactive account. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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  1. Here we were begging Google to delete our account, and she was asking for another email and mobile phone (to file us better). Clarification example: Let's go to google, create a gmail with random data and with that we register on a free website hosting site. After the verification, we no longer need gmail, but when we go to delete it, it does not delete us but asks for another email and mobile phone. (keep in mind that if you create a gmail account with the basic data, but do not provide a mobile phone, Google will block you in 10 days, requiring a mobile phone to unlock). So we leave it to gmail, since we have already achieved our goal (of signing up for another page's services, that is). Now what Google will do with the inactive gmail is of little concern to us. Personally, I have used gmail at least 100 times like this, for one hour. For the same reason, I don't use skype, hotmail, etc., anything that requires a mobile number folder, i.e. another second email account.

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