Did you sign in to your Google account on a public computer? Or are you signed into Google on a device you lost? In this case, you can opt out of Google on all your devices to avoid security breaches. Here’s how to do it.
To start the logout process, open your preferred web browser and launch the Google My Account Side? site. Then sign in to your Google account if you haven’t already.
After logging in, select “Security” in the site sidebar on the left.
In the right pane, scroll down to the Your Devices section. Then click on “Manage All Devices”.
You’ll see a list of all devices using your Google account. Select a device from which you want to log out.
Note: You may see multiple sessions of your account on a single device. In this case, you must complete the logout process for each session individually.
On the following page you will see your device details and the services on it that use your Google account.
To log out, click the “Log Out” option.
You will be asked if you really want to log out. Click Sign Out.
And that’s it. You are now successfully signed out of your Google account on your selected device. This device can no longer sync new data or make changes to your account.
To sign out of your Google account using your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, launch a web browser on your phone. In the browser, access the Google My Account Side? site.
Sign in to your account on the website. Then select the Security tab at the top of the tab list.
On the Security tab, scroll down to the Your Devices section and tap Manage All Devices.
Select the device you want to sign out of. If you have multiple Google Account sessions on one device, you must sign out of each session individually.
On your device page, tap Sign Out.
In the command prompt that opens, select “Sign out”.
If you’ve lost a device and are worried about your Google Account, follow the steps above to sign out of the device. Once you’ve done that, there are a few other things you should do.
Start by resetting your Google Account password for extra security. Make sure you also enable two-factor authentication.
If your lost device is an Android phone, you can try to find it using Google’s Find My Device feature. For iPhones and iPads, use Apple’s Find My feature to locate your device. Much luck!
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