How to Password Protect Your Google Search History- Your web browser can tell a lot about you, your tastes and behaviors, etc. That’s why Google has an option to allow you to put a password on sensitive information like search history. And this thing Google understands, that your searching historical past shouldn’t be shared with anybody, that’s why it gives you a choice to guard it behind a password.
Password Protect Your Google Search History
Here is a step by step guide for How to Password Protect Your Search History on Shared Devices:
- Go to activity.google.com here you can manage and control your web & app activity, location history, and YouTube history.
- Click on manage my activity verification, as soon as you click on it a pop-up will be in front of you.
- Choose Require extra verification, and click on save.
- Now, you need to login into your account for authentication.
- Once you complete your authentication, all your history will get hidden.
Note: If you want to see your history, you need to visit the same page and click on verify button and sign in with your Google account, also if you have enabled Two Factor Authentication or have set up a physical security key to your account, then you need to enter that as well.