Google Two-Step Verification: Today, everyone has an email account and most people use Gmail accounts for email and use the same email id to create an account on Facebook, Twitter, and other websites. It is very important that your Gmail account is too much secure any one can not access or hack easily, and therefore you must have 2 step verification on your Gmail account so today we will learn how to enable 2 step verification in Gmail.
What is a two-step verification?
When we create our account and then sign in to it then just type your password, it is called 1 step verification i.e only one layer of account security and if you have 2 step verification on your Gmail account then enter the password After you have to enter an OTP (one time password or one time pin) that comes to your mobile and it is called 2 step verification ie double layer security.
Two-step verification is the best way to prevent unauthorized access to your account, even if someone knows your password, even then they can not login to your account. So let us know how to enable two-step verification on Gmail by using your mobile or computer.
How to enable two-step verification on Gmail
- First, click on this link Google 2-Step Verification and then click Get Started.
2. Now you will be asked for your email id and password. If you are already logged into Gmail, you will only be asked for a password. Please login by typing correctly.
3. Now you have to click on the Start Setup button if you are asked for the password then type it.
4. You are now here on the 2-Step Verification page. Now you have to add the mobile no here which is active to you, that means you want to apply the OTP code. Type your Mobile no and click Next.
5. You have to type an OTP here that came to your mobile right now. Check the message in your mobile where you will find the OTP and type it here and click on Next.
6. Now you just have to click on TURN ON.
Congratulations! 2 step verification is done in your account Now whenever you open your account, you will have to type the following OTP type, which is at the same time google will send to your mobile no.
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