Google’s new dashboard lets you check what devices are accessing your account. Screenshot: WIRED Email hacking is a problem that won’t be going away any time soon.
Google’s new security dashboard will help you keep track of which devices still have access, and lets you cut down the list right from your browser. The A.V. Club Deadspin
Google’s Device and Activity Dashboard allows users to view exactly what devices have been accessing their Google account information; this includes services such as Gmail, Drive, Photos, Google+, YouTube, and the Play Store. Monitoring your dashboard is a critical step in ensuring that your private information remains both safe and secure.
Google has rolled out a new security feature that lets you to view your account access history for the past 28 days, called Devices and Activity dashboard.
Nov 26, 2014 · Google has launched a new security feature for its users Monday: A Devices and Activity dashboard, letting you know which devices are accessing your Google account.
All of the devices that have access to your Google Account will be shown on screen and you can select any one of them to see more details (the type and time of activity).
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Once you’ve been through a few devices it sometimes means you can lose track of all the devices using your Google account. It isn’t just Android either – computers, Macs and iOS devices can also access your Google account. Google has now made it easy to track down all the devices on your account.
Google has had tools to view your account history for a while, but this new page called My Activity is one of the most comprehensive timelines we’ve seen yet. Here, you can see which sites you
Mar 04, 2015 · This is not at all helpful. if you simply hide a device, the device will not show up in menu but the device owner can still access google play. not having a «kill switch» for when a device shows up and the device is not owned by someone you know. not a secure way to do stuff. i cant even put money on my account anymore because with that unknown
To see Google services you use and what data is saved to your account, visit your Google Dashboard. From there, you can see a summary of your data and get more details. Step 1: See an overview of your data. Go to your Google Dashboard. You might need to sign in. You’ll see Google services you use and a summary of your data. You’ll see data from Google services you used while signed in to your account. …