We all know very well how useful the search engine Google is to us. Many times it happens that our laptop or PC is also used by someone else. In such a situation, anyone can check sensitive information including our search history. Very few people know that Google allows us to protect search history, Google Assistant commands with password. Let us know how to set a password in Google’s search history.
How to enter password in Google History
To enter a password in Google History, first open activity.google.com on your web browser.
Here it is to be kept in mind that your Google account must be signed in while applying the password.
After doing this, you have to click on Manage My Activity Verification.
As soon as you click on it, Require Extra Verification and Don’t Require Extra Verification will be written in front of you.
Here you have to save it by selecting Require Extra Verification.
As soon as you save, you will be asked for your Google account password for verification.
As soon as you enter the password, your Google search history will be password protected and no one will be able to check it.
On the other hand, if you want to remove the password from the search history, the same process will remain, you just have to select Don’t Require Extra Verification.
After this your search history will be visible again.
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