Day by day Gmail updating and upgrading itself so that user can easily explore its features and services. From the period of 2004 to till now, Gmail comes along with numerous of features which make the user’s task simple and easy. Similarly today I discuss one more feature of Gmail through which anyone can know if someone accessing your Gmail account without your knowledge.
The Gmail offers us one of the best features to detect the suspicious or strange activity in your Gmail account. If anyone accesses your Gmail account without your acknowledgement then it notifies you or intimates you some suspicious login or activity has occurred in your account. If you found any unusual or suspicious activity in Gmail account then Gmail alerts you by posting a message “Warning”.
If you feel any problematic activity in your account then immediately check your recent activity of your Gmail account so that it prevents you from the trouble. Simply you can check your recent activity by login into your Gmail account. Then click on bottom right side where you find the option of details, just click on it.
How to check if someone else is using my Gmail?
Make sure if someone else accesses your account then troubleshoot your problem by following the step below:
- First of all change your password immediately so that no one can easily access your account. to change the password:
- First sign in to your account.
- Then you found the option of Sign in & security here you can sign in Google.
- Here choose the password, but if you see prompt to sign in again, sign in.
- Now enter the new password and click change password.
- You can also follow some Gmail security tips to protect your Gmail account from suspicious activities.
- For account security you can select the strong password for your Gmail account. Make sure that, whatever the password you are choosing will easy to understand for you, difficult to guess and long characters long so that no one can easily hack your account.
- You can also check your Gmail setting.
- Either you can update your browser.
- If you found any type of suspicious activity then report scams, spam and phishing.