To celebrate Safer Internet Day 2016, Google is once again giving away 2GB in Google Drive storage if you run through their short Google Security Checkup. They did this security checkup last year and you all seemed to take advantage of it. After all, why wouldn’t you? It only takes a couple of minutes to complete and gets you free goodies.
What is the Google Security Checkup? It’s a short survey, if you will, that helps you review important settings in your Google account to make sure all is secure. You are asked to complete your recovery information, should you ever get locked out of your account or in case Google needs to contact you about suspicious activity. Google also asks for you to check out the connected devices that have access to your account, which gives you the opportunity to easily remove anything that is old or shouldn’t have had access in the first place. And finally, the security checkup lets you quickly see which apps, websites, and devices connected to your account have this or that permission access.
Once you complete the 3-step survey, you should see the screen above which confirms that you will soon receive the free 2GB storage.
To run through the Google Security Checkup, hit up this link.
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