Your Google password is the one you use when logging in to your Google account. It is usually a combination of letters, numbers and symbols. It must be kept confidential and not shared with anyone else, as it's the key to accessing your Google account and all the services associated with it.
If you’ve forgotten your Google password, there are a few ways you can reset it:
Try using your security questions: Most Google accounts have been set up with a few security questions for quick password recovery. You can try using them to reset your password.
Use your registered email address: You can register a recovery email address when you create your Google account. When you forget your password, you can reset it by entering the recovery email address.
Use Google’s password recovery page: You can go to Google’s Password Recovery page to reset your password. You'll need to provide your email address, phone number, or username to get started.
Contact Google’s Support: If you’re unable to reset your password using any of the methods mentioned above, you can contact Google’s support team for further assistance.
For more detailed information on resetting your Google password and keeping your account secure, you can visit the Google support page on passwords here: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/32040?hl=en.