Forget you…

Here’s how Google or more precisely Gmail, handles forgotten/wrong password.

If I enter a wrong password, then it throws the below screen.

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However, if I have changed my password ‘n’ number of days ago and if I err and try to use the same old password (which most of us often do, till we get used to the new password), it displays something like below

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Few thoughts here, if you see the counter in the above pic, it keeps on stepping up. I have even seen the counter hit as high as “55” days. I am not sure how high it can go.

But, what’s the point here? By telling me, I have changed my password 20 days ago, you are informing / reminding me that, this was not the wrong password, but this was however an obsolete password? OK. I get it. But, what if I forget the fact that, I even changed my password? And, what’s the final count of days ? Like, “Your password was changed 253 days ago?”. However, what’s the catch here?

I am still trying to figure it out…

.deep.

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