As of December 1 due to the implementation of a new policy, Google may delete your Gmail account.

Google has announced a change in policy that would result in the deletion of all dormant Google accounts on December 1st, 2023.

The internet juggernaut asserts that any material in any Google account that has not been used for two years will be destroyed, including Gmail and other goods and services. Once erased, a Gmail address cannot be reapplied for a new account.

Before any action is done, customers will also get many email warnings at both their primary and backup email addresses. Additionally, emails will be sent out as a reminder at least eight months beforehand.

It does not apply to YouTube channels, videos, or comments, though. Google offers the following suggestions to keep your account active:

  • Sending and reading emails.
  • Watching YouTube videos.
  • Using Google Drive.
  • Downloading an app.
  • Sharing content like photos.
  • Using Google search.
  • Use Sign in with Google to sign into a third-party app.

Activate your accounts before 1st December to save your Google content.

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