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How can I remove my Facebook account from Google?

Answer

  1. Go to Facebook Account.
  2. Select settings.
  3. Go to the general.
  4. Select ‘contact‘.
  5. Click remove on the email address or mobile number.
  6. Click save changes.

If you no longer wish to use your Facebook account with Google, you can request that we disable it. To do this:

Visit the Facebook Connect settings page for one of your Google Accounts. Sign in if prompted. Uncheck the box next to “Connected sites and services”. Click Save.

You will still be able to access your Google Account using your existing password without a Facebook account connected. If at any time you decide that you would like to re-connect your Facebook account with this Google Account, simply follow the instructions on this support page again and check the box next to “Connected sites and services” (you may need to sign in). We’ll automatically detect that you’ve previously had an account connected, and offer you the option to re-connect it.

How do I remove my Google Account from Facebook?

Remove your Google Account from Facebook by following these steps:

Visit the Delete Google account page on Facebook and sign in with your username and password. Note that you may need to use a different browser or device in order to access this page (you cannot delete your account using a mobile phone). Once you’re signed in, click Create Deletion Request. In the form on this page, enter your email address, which we will use if we have any further questions about deleting your account. Click Submit Request. On the next screen, read Facebook’s Terms of Service agreement and tick the box stating that you agree with the terms. If you’re sure that you’d like to delete your account, click Delete My Account. You’ll be asked to enter your password again. Then, read a final message asking you whether you’re sure that you want to remove your account and permanently delete all of your data (as described in Facebook’s Privacy Policy). To proceed with the deletion process, click OK.


What will happen if I delete my Google Account?

When we receive the deletion request from Facebook for your Google account, we will disable access to it immediately after deleting any data associated with it. We may retain some data about your account pending our receipt of related deletion requests from other companies where you have connected this account in order to ensure a smooth and orderly transition.

How do I remove Google from Facebook?

To disconnect your Google Account from Facebook:

Sign into Google with the same username and password that you use for your Facebook account. Click Connected Apps & Sites in the lefthand navigation panel. Select Manage applications and click the X next to the entry for “Facebook”. Note that if you have multiple accounts connected, you will need to repeat these steps for each of them individually.

If you have trouble signing out, visit this page for more information about how to remove or disconnect third-party apps from your account. For example, see Delete an app on Android or Remove a connected app on iOS (Apple Inc.). You may also find instructions at Uninstall an app (Google) or Sign out of an app for iOS or Android.

What if I have deleted my Facebook account?

If you’ve already permanently deleted your Facebook account, then please remove Google from it using the instructions in this article. We’ll disable access to your account as soon as possible after receiving the deletion request from Facebook. You will still be able to use your Google Account without connecting it to a Facebook account, and you can create a new Google Account at any time.

To learn about why deleting accounts is permanent, see What happens when I delete my account? on our Help Center.

Note that if you delete your Google Account, including all email addresses associated with it, we won’t be able to recover it.

For more information about how to remove or disconnect third-party apps from your account, visit Uninstall an app (Google).

If I delete my Google Account, what happens with data saved in other services?

We recommend that you save any important data elsewhere before deleting your Google Account. If you have connected non-Google applications and sites using the same account as a Google application or site, then deleting your account may also delete access to those other applications and sites.

When you are signed into a Google product or service like Gmail or YouTube, we typically collect all of the information needed to provide our service directly to that product or service. For example, when you sign in to Gmail through a web browser, we merge your data from Gmail with the information stored in your Google Account.

Some Google products or services may allow you to use sign-in credentials from another service (like Facebook) to give you a better experience across all of our products and services. This is called Single Sign-On (SSO). When you choose SSO on a third-party website or mobile app, the third party sends us an encrypted token that lets us know that it’s okay to provide those credentials for the specific Google product or service you’re requesting. Using SSO means that if you change your password on the third party site or mobile app, we’ll be automatically notified so that we can update what is saved in your account here at Google. Learn more about what happens when you sign into a Google product or service with an account from another provider.

Note that if you delete your Google Account, including all email addresses associated with it, we won’t be able to recover it.

For more information about how to remove or disconnect third-party apps from your account, visit Uninstall an app (Google). For example:

Delete Facebook Apps Associated With Your Google Account

After deleting any data associated with our connected Facebook apps and sites, you should also delete the apps themselves in order to keep them from consuming unnecessary resources within your Facebook account. To do so: Go to https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=applications#connectedapps Click the X next to the relevant app Click Remove for each application you want to delete

Delete Your YouTube Subscriptions

If you have connected your Google Account to a YouTube account, then deleting that account would remove all of your YouTube subscriptions. To avoid losing these channels and playlists, go into “Subscriptions” on the left side bar in your YouTube account settings screen. Copy any channel’s URL by right clicking on the subscription name, copying it with Ctrl + C and pasting it into Notepad or another text editor (with no line breaks). Find out how to find your channel’s URL here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1719607?mc_cid=f6ab00b9b3&mc_eid=6c8d38a5ee. Use the copied URL to add your subscriptions to a new YouTube account if you’d like.

Delete Facebook Connect

If you’ve connected your Google Account to Facebook, then deleting the account will remove all of these connections from your Google Account and delete any posts that were shared to Facebook by you or any friends on their behalf using your Google Account. To deactivate this setting: Navigate to Settings, Apps, and click on the Services tab Find “Connect” in the list of services Click Remove Choose Delete for each app you want to disconnect Click Ok

Purge Your Website Caches

​Caches (web pages stored locally) play an important role in providing a superior experience for users. However, they are deleted when your account is deleted. To ensure caches are purged before you delete the account: In the Google Search Console, go to Crawl > Fetch as Google Select any item and click on the “Purge” button

Delete Your Website Data

If your site has embedded analytics tools or other Embedded Software from Google (such as DoubleClick), then those may need to be uninstalled separately from Analytics. Additionally, if you have connected any sites with Google Maps APIs for Business or your own apps with API access, please see this documentation for more information: https://developers.google.com/+/web/tools/analytics-apis/

API Console: https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard For more information about what happens when you delete your Google Account, visit this article

If you have a Google +1 Profile or Page, then they’ll be removed automatically as part of the deletion process (though all comments will unfortunately still be publicly visible to others after deletion). Additionally, if you’ve connected any sites with Google +1 buttons for pages, these will also need to be uninstalled separately from Analytics if they were connected in the past. If there are no other products or services currently associated with this account but that previously were (like googlemaps.com), we’ll let you know via email and within My Account when it’s time to delete the account. If you have any questions, please see our frequently asked questions below or visit our Help Center.

How can I remove my Facebook account from Google?

1. Go to Facebook Account.
2. Select settings.
3. Go to the general.
4. Select ‘contact‘.
5. Click remove on the email address or mobile number.
6. Click save changes.

How do I disconnect my email from Facebook?

On the “Settings” page, click on the link to edit your email. This will bring up a dialog box where you can select “no” and leave the remainder of the fields without any check marks. Then hit save changes.

How do I delete a linked Gmail account?

You can unlink your Gmail account from another email address if you want to. Keep in mind that this will delete the copy of messages for the other account, so only do it when you’re sure.

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