Google's account purge begins on December 1! Haven't used your Google accounts lately? Beware, as inactive accounts face deletion, risking loss of Gmail, YouTube, Photos, Docs, Drive, Meet, and Calendar data.


This policy, aimed at enhancing security, targets idle accounts more susceptible to compromise. Actively used accounts are 10 times more likely to have two-factor verification. Businesses and schools are exempt, but personal accounts, even with a gift card or paid subscription, could be deleted.


Don't panic – Google will send warnings before deletion, giving you a chance to revive your account by simply signing in. Remember, Google Photos content inactive for two years might vanish, so take action now!