HOW TO CHANGE YOUR GMAIL PASSWORD
Gmail password- You may have at one time or the other ran into a problem with your Gmail account. Either you’ve mistaking deleted your password from where you saved it or you’ve forgotten it. Because of this, you won’t be able to access your Gmail.
Not only that you won’t access your Gmail, but you also can’t access any account you created with the e-mail address. Most of the social media, you can’t access Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Tumblr and other social media that requires an email address for their sign or sign up.
Because of the urgency in need the email address for several purposes, it becomes a great burden when one has an issue with his or her email.
I can feel your disappointment when you’d want to login in to your account on any of the Social media and it’ll tell you ‘the password you entered is incorrect’.
With all the frustration and confusion, you can just take some bold steps and change the password and continue your chat or transactions.
The majority globally use Gmail and don’t like losing their email address because of the loss of password. So in this article, you’ll see clearly the step-by-step process of changing your Gmail password.
STEPS ON HOW TO CHANGE YOUR GMAIL PASSWORD
Log into your Gmail account, and click the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner.
Click on ‘settings’
Click on the ‘accounts’ and ‘imports’ on the dialog box that appears when you clicked on the ‘settings’
In the “Change Account Settings” section, click “Change password.”
You’ll be asked to re-enter your present password to confirm your identity. Next, as seen in the screen below. And you’ll need to enter a new password. The new password you’ll enter will not include the old password once you change it).
NOTE: Your new password will consist of 8 characters. But it’s advisable to use a mixture of capital and small letters, with numbers and special characters like commas, full stop or a question mark to make it very strong.
Once all these steps are completed, click on the Blue “Change Password” button, and you’re done with your change of Gmail password.
Alternatively, if you find it difficult to remember your password, use a password manager.