Gmail is the world’s most popular email service provider with 1 billion active monthly users from across the globe. The reasons are clear; its remarkable features and easy to use interface has attracted a huge user base over time. Even when I started my email journey, I was suggested to create a Gmail account as it is quite easy to log in and access the emails whenever you want.
Moreover, Gmail offers quite a few methods to login and you can choose whichever suits your situation.
Most of you must be in the habit of logging in to Gmail using a browser such as Google Chrome due to the handiness it offers. So here are the simple steps to access your Gmail account on a browser:
If you have a habit of checking emails on your phone to stay informed on the go, you can even log in to Gmail on your mobile device. However, you just have to login once on the Gmail mobile app, and not every single time you want to check the emails. From the next time, simply tap the app to get access to the Inbox.
Before logging in make sure to install the Gmail App for your device (Android, iPhone, or iPad).
Gmail lets you log in to multiple email accounts at the same time and there is no need to change the browser or go incognito. Once you have logged into your primary Gmail account, here is the procedure to follow to log in to another one at the same time:
If you want to login to another Gmail account on your mobile device, you can do that too as follows:
Similarly, you can log in to as many Gmail accounts or other email accounts as you want using the single mobile device.
To keep it secure and safe, Gmail lets you log in using Guest mode if the computer you are using to access your email account is not your own. It often happens that you want to login to a personal Gmail ID using the official computer or in a cyber café and are concerned about your privacy; using the guest mode to login can save you. Here’s how to use it:
If you have opted for Gmail’s two-step verification, no doubt you have added an extra layer of security to your account. However, this will also add an extra step in the Gmail login process. If you have enabled 2-step verification for Gmail, you will need to enter a code sent to your mobile device after entering the password to complete the authentication process.
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