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How to Create an App Password for Gmail in 3 Easy Steps

Here are the steps on how to create an app password for Gmail in 3 easy steps:

  1. Go to your Google Account.

  2. Click on Security.

  3. Under Signing in to Google, click on App passwords.

You will be asked to enter your password for your Google Account. Once you have entered your password, you will be able to create an app password. Select the type of app and device for which you want to generate an app password. You can choose from a variety of apps and devices, including:

  • Email clients

  • Calendar apps

  • Password managers

  • File-sharing apps

  • Mobile devices

Click on Generate. Your app password will be generated. You can copy it to the clipboard or print it out. Use your app password to sign in to the app or device. When you sign in to the app or device, you will be asked to enter your app password. Enter the app password that you generated and you will be able to sign in. Here are some things to keep in mind about app passwords:

  • App passwords are not the same as your Google Account password. They are a separate password that you use to sign in to apps and devices.

  • You can create multiple app passwords for different apps and devices.

  • App passwords are not stored by Google. They are only stored on your device.

  • If you lose your app password, you can generate a new one.

Creating an app password is a great way to protect your Gmail account. It helps to ensure that only you can access your account, even if your password is compromised.

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