How to put a password to “My Activity” from Google Easy and Fast

A few years ago we did a detailed article in which we explained how to use My Activity to keep track of our Google account in this way we could delete our search history completely. Now, the options that this tool offers us are expanded, offering the possibility of activating dark mode or setting a password for Google’s “My Activity” in order to shield all the information that it offers us from other people.

What is my Google Activity and what is it for?

Basically, it could be said that it is a kind of “Control Panel” in which we can monitor all the search results associated with our Google account .

To protect “My Activity” with a password , the first thing we must do is enter the official website through the following link:

Once inside we must enter the section that says “Manage Verification of My Activity” .

  1. A window will appear in which we must select “Need Additional Verification” .
  2. We click on “Save” .
  1. Now we must enter our Google password .
  2. We click on “Next” .

If you have followed the previous step correctly, now every time we want to see our Google history we will be asked for verification , as you can see in the photo.

In case you regret it and want to deactivate the password in Google’s “My Activity” , we must again access “Manage Verification” .

  1. This time we select the option “No Additional Verification Needed” .
  2. We click on “Save” .
  1. Retype the password of our Google account.
  2. We click on “Next” .

And that’s it, we already know how to deactivate the password in Google’s “My Activity” . However, if you have any questions you can leave me a comment and I will try to answer as soon as possible. Do not forget that you can share this article with your friends and family through your social networks. Thank you!