When did you change Gmail password last time? Is your Gmail login password strong enough, that a hacker can’t easily make a guess of it? If you’ve not changed it for months or you came to realize that you don’t have a secure Gmail password, then it’s the right time to change Gmail password. Officials recommend changing Gmail login password Once on every two weeks if you’re using Gmail email professionally. We suggest changing login password if you frequently login Gmail account from any public devices. It is also recommended changing Gmail password immediately after you know that someone else is using your Google account.
If you forgot Gmail password then, follow Google account password recovery process. Or you can call to Gmail customer service number for Gmail technical support.
How to Change Gmail Password?
Google account password can be changed at any time, but you need to be logged in at first. Follow quick steps below to change Gmail login password.
- Visit ‘Google Account Setting‘ or you can Log in to your Gmail account and click on profile picture on right top corner. Select the option ‘My account’.
- Click ‘Signing in to Google’ in the ‘Sign-in & Security’ section on My account.
- Click ‘Password’.
You’ll be re-directed to Google account login page to re-enter your password. Re-enter your Google login password and make believe that you accessing Google account.
- Now choose a new strong password for your Google account and confirm your Google account login password.
Click ‘eye icon‘ to make visible while you’re typing the password. Make sure you choose a strong password for Gmail account. Keep in mind that you remember it later, and no-one can easily guess it. A strong Gmail login password contains a mix of numbers, letters, and symbols. We suggest you, not to use a dictionary word or too common password.
Change Google Password Via Android and iPhone
You can not change Gmail password through the Gmail mobile app. You have to log into your mobile web browser and follow the steps mentioned above.