Google decided to implement the new policy.
Google has decided to implement the new policy from 1 June 2021. According to this policy, if users’ Gmail, Google Drive (Gmail, google drive) and Google Photo account are inactive for two years, then Google will remove your content from all these accounts and close these accounts. .
- Last Updated:November 13, 2020, 10:59 AM IST
Google’s new policy- Google has decided to implement the new policy from 1 June 2021. According to this policy, if users’ Gmail, Google Drive and Google Photo accounts are inactive for two years, then Google will remove your content from all these accounts and close these accounts. If you have to use your Gmail, Google Drive and Google Photo account even further. So you have to increase your activity on these accounts. So that all your accounts are outside the scope of Google’s new policy.
Google will give information to users before removing content- According to Google, if your account is more than its storage limit for 2 years, then Google can remove your content from Gmail, Drive and Photos. At the same time, Google has made it clear that users will be informed before removing the content. In such a situation, the easiest way to keep your account active is that whenever you sign in or work on the Internet, go to your Gmail, Drive or Photo from time to time. Apart from this, Inactive Account Manager can also help in managing your special content.Also read: Vivo launches new color variant of V20SE smartphone, know its features with Dhansu selfie camera
How can you upgrade your Google account? According to Google’s new policy, users can save 15 GB data for free on Google Drive and Google Photos. If users exceed the 15 GB data limit, then they will have to take at least 100 GB storage facility. Whose charge will be Rs 130 per month and Rs 1300 per year. If users take a 200 GB storage plan, then they have to pay a charge of Rs 210 per month. For 2TB and 10TB storage, users will have to pay Rs 650 and Rs 3,250 per month respectively.