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If you have enabled Google's two-step verification for your account, you'll need to use application-specific passwords to log in to any other service that's connected with Google, such as your desktop email client, apps on a mobile device, or other applications that access Google Contacts.

To manage these passwords, go to Google.com/settings, open the "Security" tab, and under "App passwords," click "Settings." Here, you'll need to generate a unique password for each application that needs access to your Google account and give each password a name.

Use the first dropdown to choose an application, or select "Other" to add a custom app, then use the second dropdown to select or specify a device.

Click "Generate," then copy the code and follow the instructions to enter the app password.

Note that you won't need to enter this password each time you sign in to the app, but you can always generate a new app password and repeat the process if need be.

Your application-specific passwords will be listed below, where you can view the created and last-used dates, as well as revoke the passwords that you don't need or don't want to use anymore.

Account1. A record of a user in an application; 2. the highest level of management in AdWords where an advertiser controls their administrative settings to be applied to every level below.AppApplication; a program or piece of software designed to complete a specific task on a specific platform.ApplicationApp; a program or piece of software designed to complete a specific task on a specific platform.PasswordThe letters, numbers and symbols used to gain access to an account on certain websites and mobile applications; an ideal password is eight characters in length and contains letters, numbers and symbols.EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.Contact1. A record of a user's basic contact information that may or may not include a history of interactions with that contact; 2. contacts; a list of all of the individuals and companies that one has conversed or interacted with in a particular Web application. SettingsA user's specified parameters for a browser, social network, or other application; browser settings include homepage and security, whereas account settings on web applications or social networks include email notifications, various aesthetic options and privacy options.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.NoteA formattable and publishable word processing feature in Evernote that lets users quickly and easily record text and media while browsing the Web.Google Search4910Manage Application-Specific Passwords
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