“Devices and Activity Dashboard” (not to be confused with “Google Dashboard”) lists all the devices connected to a particular Google account. From the Dashboard, you can view when, where and how your account has been accessed over the past month. In case a new device starts getting access to your account, it’ll be labeled “NEW”, and the device you’re currently using will be listed at the top with the “CURRENT DEVICE” label.

If you notice any suspicious activity, such as another kind of computer accessing your account, you can click the “Secure your account” link to change your password, change or update recovery information, check account permissions, and even setup your two-step verification feature. Although Google has previously included many security layers to its accounts, there are never enough layers of security. But the new Devices and Activity Dashboard will certainly help to improve security and it’ll allow users to take actions faster. Remember that on Gmail, you can always see at the bottom of the page “Last account activity”, which allows you to view when and where your account was last accessed. Source Google All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.