Consider this your final warning: Google will begin deleting million of Gmail accounts beginning on Dec. 1, 2023. (That’s three days from now!) The great purge is aimed at Gmail accounts that have been inactive for two years, and will erase all data—Gmail, Docs, Drive, Meet, and Calendar—from those accounts. If you don’t want that to happen to you, here’s how to save your data. Before you worry unnecessarily, this doesn’t apply to all inactive Gmail accounts, just personal ones. Work and school Gmails are safe, as are any accounts with YouTube videos attached to them. Your personal Gmail won’t be deleted if there has been any activity on it in the last two years, including any active subscriptions.Back in March, Google announced it was going to nuke accounts because older accounts pose a greater security risk. In a blog post in May, the company added that abandoned accounts are

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