NEW DELHI: Technology giant Google announced new data protection features for Android 12 at its annual developer conference – I / O 2021. Google is now adding one additional password verification function to the My Activity page of the company.
Google’s My Activity page will ask you to verify your password before seeing all of your account uses and interactions.
Currently, the “My Activity” page is quickly loading a lot of activity on the web that “helps Google make services more useful to you, such as rediscovering the things you searched, read, and viewed. You can. You can.” View and delete your activity using the controls on this page. ”
As reported by 9to5Google, when opening the My Activity page, some users initially saw a prompt asking them to make the service safer by adding an extra review.
Google Says, “If you turn on extra verification, Google will make sure it’s you before you can view or delete your full history in My Activity. This can help make your history more secure on shared devices.”
This setting only applies to My Activity. Your history may still show up in other Google products. ”
Once you’ve selected the My Activity option, you’ll be asked to enter your Google Account password to set it. After that, it normally loads the top half of the page, but blocks all of its history. To access it, the first thing you need to do is verify that it is you. You will now be redirected to a standard login page.
“Your web and app activity includes the tasks that you perform in Google services, such as: B. Maps, search and playback. It can also include things you do on websites, apps, and devices that use Google services or your voice and audio recordings. The activity you keep will be used to give you more personalized experiences, such as: For example, faster searches and more helpful recommendations for apps and content, ”adds Google.