An app password is a 16-digit password generated by the email provider to grant permission to third-party tools to access mailbox data. Gmail provides the feature to create an app password and login into your email account in third-party software.
Follow the below steps to create an app password in Gmail.
Step 1: Log in to your Gmail account and click on your Gmail profile icon. Select the Manage your Google Account option.
Step 2: In the Google Account page, select the Security tab.
Step 3: Scroll down and choose the 2-Step verification option.
Step 4: Next, scroll down and click on the App Passwords option.
Step 5: Give the third-party application name in which you want to use the app password and press the Generate button.
Step 6: The App password will appear as 16-digit highlighted alphabets. Copy the password and save it. Press Done.
Step 1: Enter your Gmail credentials and log in to your Gmail account.
Step 2: Now, click on the profile icon in the top right corner and then select the Manage your Google Account option.
Step 3: After that, you need to enter the login password again. It will open the Google Account Settings.
Step 4: Now, select the Security tab from the left pane.
Step 5: Click on the 2-Step Verification option in the Signing in to Google Account sections.
Step 6: After that, press the Get started button at the bottom of the new page.
Step 7: For verification, re-enter your Gmail account login password and click the Next button.
Step 8: Next, type your Phone Number and choose a mode of receiving the code. Press the Next button.
Step 9: Now, you will receive the code on the Phone number. Type the code and click on the Next button.
Step 10: As you fill in the correct code, you will see a confirmation message of successful testing of two-step verification. At last, press the Turn on button to enable the two-step verification.