Google is now going to enroll users on its platform for two-step verification by default. At the same time, the company believes that it may roll out two-factor authentication by default to about 150 million users by early this month. Let us know that Google informed users about this earlier this month. Also now, it is only for those who have not yet worked on two-step verification. Google says that signing in with a password and two-step on your phone is meant to provide extra security.
And now, chances are that if a user hasn’t done two-step verification yet, they won’t have to do it as Google is doing it for you automatically. However, if you don’t want the default set-up, you can skip it and set up two-step verification for your Google Account at any time. Let us walk you through how to set up two-step verification for your Google Account:
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How to Make Your Google Account More Secure with Two-Factor Authentication
- Open the Google app on your phone or Google.com on your PC
- Then select “Manage Your Account”
- Then go to “Security Tab”
- Under the “Signing in to Google” tab, you’ll see a two-step verification option
- On the next page, select “Get Started”. Then enter your password to continue.
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