Google has introduced a new Google account login and password reset feature, which should help users protect themselves against phishers trying to get in.
The new account reset feature is called “Google Account Security” and it allows users to reset their Google account password without having to go through the Google app or on-screen prompts.
Google has introduced the account reset in the Chrome browser on Android and iOS, and it’s now also available for Chrome OS devices.
Users will need to log in with a Google account to reset the password.
Here’s how to set up the account in Chrome:Open Chrome, select the settings icon at the bottom of the screen, and then click “Account Settings.”
Under the Account tab, you can set up multiple Google accounts for the account that you want to reset, or you can choose one from a list.
Click “Add a new password.”
Under “Security Settings,” you’ll find two settings: the account name and the account password.
To set up a password reset, open the Google Chrome browser, click “Sign in with Google,” and then choose the “Change Password” option.
You’ll need to select your Google account’s Google Account Settings for the new password to work.
You can choose to reset your Google Account Security password when you login to your Google accounts on both iOS and Android.
To reset your password, click the “Account reset” button, and you’ll be asked to confirm the change.
To get back to the top of the page, click on “Continue.”
You can also change your Google password at any time.