The well-known search engine Google has declared that it will deactivate dormant Gmail accounts permanently beginning on December 1.
In a blog post, Google stated that if a user hasn’t signed in or done anything with their account for two years, it will be deleted.
When an account hasn’t been accessed for more than two years, Google may destroy the associated data.
“Due to this policy, December 1, 2023, is the earliest a Google account will be deleted,” it wrote.
This policy only applies to individual accounts.
Logging in, using Google Drive, checking and sending emails, viewing videos on YouTube, installing apps, searching, and sharing images are all considered activities by the internet giant.