Google's New Dashboard Lets Users Manage Devices
Nov 25, 2014, 8:29 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google recently made available a new online tool people can use to control which devices have access to their Google Account. The Devices and Activity dashboard shows users all the devices that have accessed their account during the previous 28 days. Users can see the name of the device along with when and where it last accessed their Google data. Google said it will provide obvious signs if it suspects suspicious activity, and it is easy for users to block any of the devices on the list from accessing their account. The Devices and Activity dashboard is free to use.
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