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New look for sign-in coming soon

Posted by Jerry Hannan Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Learn about the new Google sign-in page

In the next few weeks, the page to sign in to your Google Account will look a little different.


What will stay the same

  • The steps to sign in won't change. You'll enter the same information you usually do, like your email address and password.
  • You can use your account to sign in securely to the same Google services as before.

Why the page is changing

The new sign-in page will:
  • Have a cleaner, simpler look.
  • Make the sign-in process faster.
  • Be consistent across computers, phones, and tablets.

Where this change will happen

The new sign-in page will show up on computers, phones, and tablets. You'll see it when you sign in to a Google app or a Google service on a browser, like Chrome.
You might still see the old sign-in page in these cases:
  • You use an older version of a browser
  • You've turned off JavaScript

How to help keep your account secure

Both the old and new sign-in pages help you sign in securely to your Google Account.
To take extra steps to strengthen your account's security, we recommend that you:
  • Do a Security Checkup to review security settings and activity.
  • Learn more about signing in securely, especially if you use a shared device.
  • Visit the Safety Center to find out about online security and privacy tools.

Learn about the new Google sign-in page

In the next few weeks, the page to sign in to your Google Account will look a little different.


What will stay the same

  • The steps to sign in won't change. You'll enter the same information you usually do, like your email address and password.
  • You can use your account to sign in securely to the same Google services as before.

Why the page is changing

The new sign-in page will:
  • Have a cleaner, simpler look.
  • Make the sign-in process faster.
  • Be consistent across computers, phones, and tablets.

Where this change will happen

The new sign-in page will show up on computers, phones, and tablets. You'll see it when you sign in to a Google app or a Google service on a browser, like Chrome.
You might still see the old sign-in page in these cases:
  • You use an older version of a browser
  • You've turned off JavaScript

How to help keep your account secure

Both the old and new sign-in pages help you sign in securely to your Google Account.
To take extra steps to strengthen your account's security, we recommend that you:
  • Do a Security Checkup to review security settings and activity.
  • Learn more about signing in securely, especially if you use a shared device.
  • Visit the Safety Center to find out about online security and privacy tools.

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