How To Keep Gmail Signed In

We’ve all been there – we’ve logged into our Gmail account, got distracted, and by the time we’re back, we’re logged out again. It’s frustrating, isn’t it? Well, worry not! There’s a way to stay signed in to your Gmail account so you won’t have to enter your credentials every time. Let’s get to it.

Step 1: Go to the Gmail Login Page

Head to the Gmail login page by typing in your browser’s address bar. Here, you will need to enter your Email or phone number and click Next.

Step 2: Enter Your Password

After you’ve provided your email or phone number, you’ll be asked for your password. Enter your password in the provided field.

Step 3: Stay Signed In

Before you click Next, make sure to check the box that says Stay signed in. After that, click Next and you’ll be taken to your Gmail inbox.

if (stay_signed_in.checked == true) {
// you will stay signed in

What if the “Stay Signed In” Option is Not Available?

There are instances where you might not see the Stay signed in checkbox. In such cases, your organization’s admin might have disabled it. In this scenario, reach out to your admin and request to enable it or you can manually keep your Gmail signed in by managing your Google Account settings.

Manage Your Google Account Settings

To do this, click on your profile picture at the top right corner of Gmail and select Manage your Google Account. Navigate to Security and under the Signing in to Google section, select 2-Step Verification and follow the prompts. This way, Google will remember your device and keep you signed in.

if (two_step_verification.enabled == true) {
// Google will remember your device

Always remember to only choose to stay signed in on devices that you use regularly and that are secure. If you’re using a public computer or shared device, it’s wise to sign out of your Gmail account when you’re finished to protect your personal information.

We hope this guide helps you save time when accessing your Gmail. Now you can keep your Gmail logged in without the frustration of having to re-enter your login credentials each time. Happy emailing!