If you haven't used your Google account in two years, your content may get deleted for good
The new policies are for consumer accounts that are either inactive or over their storage limit across Gmail, Drive (including
"If you're over your storage limit for two years, Google may delete your content across Gmail, Drive and Photos," the company said.
AdvertisementThe company said it will notify users multiple times before attempting to remove any content.
"The simplest way to keep your account active is to periodically visit Gmail, Drive or Photos on the web or mobile, while signed in and connected to the internet," it added.
The Inactive Account Manager can help people manage specific content and notify a trusted contact if you stop using your Google Account for a certain period of time (between 3-18 months).
"If you need more than your free 15 GB of storage, you can upgrade to a larger storage plan with Google One. You can choose from plans starting at 100 GB of space that also include additional member features like access to Google experts, shared family plans and more", the company said.
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