Google is testing a new way to authenticate users with their Google email account.

The new login method was announced on Twitter by a company spokesperson.

Google confirmed that it is testing this new authentication method on Gmail accounts and that it will be rolled out over the coming weeks.

The Gmail login process will be based on the email address provided by the user when they signed up for the account.

Once a user has logged into their Google account, they will be prompted to provide a Google email address.

After the user has supplied the email, they can select “Log In” to log into their account.

Once they have entered their Google username, they’ll be prompted for a password, which can be entered via a combination of words or numbers.

Google’s website says that this will be the only way to log in to your Gmail account.

Google’s test for the new login system is being run on Gmail users in the United States.

Google said that it wants to test the new authentication system across its worldwide network of Gmail accounts.

Google did not provide a timeframe for when this would be rolled into its existing Gmail account program.

Google will likely roll out this new login authentication method across the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and South Africa.

Google will not be rolling out this authentication feature to other countries, including Australia.

Google says that Gmail account login is “an important way to help protect the privacy and security of your personal information.”

Google says that if you have any questions about the new system, please reach out to your local Google support representative.