How to change your Gmail password

For account security, we recommend that you change your gmail password regularly. In this article, 9to5emails.com will show you how to change gmail password quickly.

Step 1: Open your web browser and access to Gmail Sign in page

Step 2: Click on the gear ⚙ icon on the top right corner of the screen and select “Settings”.

Step 3: Click on Account and Import along the top then choose Change password.

You will get asked to sign in to your account again

Step 4: Type your new password in the appropriate box provided and type Confirm new password. Then click CHANGE PASSWORD.

Completed all above steps then you have changed Gmail password successfully. You will now need to use this new password to access your Gmail account and other Google products that are linked to this account such as YouTube, Blogspot, Google Drive,…


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