Take a security checkup today and get 2GB of extra Google Drive storage


To increase awareness for Safer Internet Day 2016, Google is giving users 2GBs of free Google Drive storage space when they take a quick online security checkup today. Don’t groan, the checkup is actually quick, painless and really useful. You’ll see what devices and services are using your google account and will have the ability to delete them. The whole process only takes a couple of minutes and after you’re done, 2GB more space will have been added to your Google account. This extra space doesn’t expire, so this is a great deal. I’m really very happy to have found this because my Gmail account only had 2GB left before it was full. So now I have a larger buffer. Be aware that this free space offer isn’t mentioned anywhere during the security checkup and the 2GBs of extra space make take a little while to show up once you complete the checkup. At least it took awhile for it to show up in my account. But it did, so yay! Be sure to complete the checkup today as it’s not clear when this special offer will expire. To get your free space, head over to https://security.google.com/settings/security/secureaccount

[Via Mashable]

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