If you don’t know how to find out if someone has entered your Gmail, we are going to show you a trick today. In case you doubt whether someone has accessed your Gmail account, you can instantly see an all activity report.
You probably look at your Gmail account from different devices. It’s not just on your computer and mobile, but you check your mails also at work. Although Gmail is very secure and alerts you if your account has been opened from a new computer, are you sure no one else is looking at your mail?
Having your Gmail spied on can pose a significant risk to your privacy. It’s not just that they can access your intimate emails or bills, they can also read your work messages or financial data. So it’s natural to worry about the security of your account and want to find out if someone has hacked in.
Fortunately, it’s easy to check your Gmail history and see if someone has accessed your account to read emails. It’s an option that’s out in the open, but few people notice and use it.
How to find out if someone has entered your Gmail?
To view your Gmail history you have to scroll down the inbox to the bottom of the page, without switching to the next page. You will see at the bottom when the account was last interacted with.
If you go to Details, just below the time, you can access the history of the last few days. It will not only tell you from which computers the account has been accessed but it will also show the IP location and information about the application used to log in. This way you can quickly and easily compare the details with your activity and schedules.
In case you see suspicious activity, we recommend that you change your password immediately. If not, at least you will have removed the suspicion that someone is spying on you, a problem that occurs more often than you think and not always with strangers.