Do you want to grant access to your Gmail account?. Great, Gmail comes with a brand new feature named as email delegation. Under this feature, you can authorize another person to access your Gmail account so that they can send, read and trash your emails on your behalf. But, they’ll not be able to change your gmail password or account settings and do remember you can limit this access up to 10 users.
You just need to customize your Gmail setting to perform this task. Just have a glance at this article to know how to grant access to your Gmail account.
Steps to grant access to your Gmail account:
Step 1: First login to your Gmail account, just enter your email id and then click “Next” button.
Step 2: Now, type your Gmail password and then click on “Sign in” button.
Step 3: Now, inside your Gmail dashboard you’ll see a gear icon at the top right corner of your screen, i.e., actually Gmail setting button. Just click on the downward triangle beside that gear icon to open Gmail setting drop down. Select “Settings” option as shown in the image below.
Step 4: Under ‘Settings’ tab, just move to “Accounts and Import” option.
Step 5: Here, under ‘Accounts and Import’, you’ll see “Grant access to your account.” In that particular option, you may see “Add another account.”
Step 6: After that you have to specify the email account holder whom you want to grant access to your Gmail account.
Step 7: You’ll see a confirmation message. Just read that message properly and then click on “Send email to grant access” button.
Step 8: Finally, you’ll see a granted access message on your screen, and when you get back to your Gmail account then you’ll see the following message: ” You have granted access to your account firstname.lastname@example.org. This notice will end in 7 days”.
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