These changes will affect all users of Google services, including Google drive, Google photos and gmail. If you have already joined the Google one subscription program, this adjustment will not be affected. But if you’ve been using Google for a long time, and you’ve never cleaned up old email, you might want to pay attention. < / P > < p > the main purpose of these policy adjustments is to free up Google’s storage space, which is currently occupied by data that has not been used for a long time. Through Google’s idle account manager, users can check the active status of the current account. And with this tool, users can also decide when Google thinks the account is idle and how to process the data once the account is idle. < / P > < p > according to the default settings of Google services, if your Gmail, Google photos, or any Google service is idle for 24 consecutive months, your content may be deleted. If you are a member of Google one and are within your storage quota and in “good condition” according to Google’s policy, you will not be affected by the new idle account policy. < / P > < p > an important point in this adjustment is that if your account storage is idle for two years, then Google has the right to delete your content on Gmail, Google photos and Google drive. The rest of the policy and the two-year rule for invalid accounts will take effect on June 1, 2021. Google suggested today: “as this policy takes effect on June 1, 2021, it will be implemented as early as June 1, 2023. Global Tech