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How can I sign out my Gmail account from all devices?

Answer

  1. On a desktop computer,
  2. log in to Gmail
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of your inbox.
  4. Click the “Detailsbutton right below it. Press the “sign out all other web sessions” button to remotely log out of Gmail from computers in other locations.

How To Remove Google Account From All Devices

What happens to my Google account when I sign out on one device, like a Chromebook? Do my bookmarks and passwords still sync across all devices?

To sign out of your Gmail account from any of your Android/ChromeOS devices or iOS devices:

*Tap the Menu button and select Settings. *Under “Accounts,” select your Google Account. *If you have multiple accounts, tap the Down arrow to choose an account. If you don’t want to sign out of this account, tap More actions > Skip this step. If you do want to sign out of this account immediately, select Switch Person. To switch accounts: *To view and manage another account, under “Other Services”, select Add Account. Follow the on-screen instructions to add an account. *To sign out of the current account, switch from your primary Google Account to a different account:

Under “People,” select Switch Person. If you have multiple accounts, tap the Down arrow and select an account. If you don’t want to switch accounts, tap More actions > Skip this step. Select Sign in. Follow the on-screen instructions to log into that other service. To verify that you are signing in to the correct service, check your entire address bar (URL) until you see your regular Gmail login page (as shown below). Once you are signed in to your other Google Account, follow these steps again to switch back to your original account.

*On any device, you can also select your profile photo or account name in the upper right-hand corner of Gmail to sign out of the current account.

If you have a different Google Account on another device, like a tablet, follow these steps to sign out:

*Tap the Menu button and select Settings. *Under “Accounts,” select your Google Account. *If you have multiple accounts, tap the Down arrow to choose an account. If you don’t want to sign out of this account, tap More actions > Skip this step. If you do want to sign out of this account immediately, select Switch Person. To switch accounts: *To view and manage another account, under “Other Services”, select Add Account. Follow the on-screen instructions to add an account. *To sign out of the current account, switch from your primary Google Account to a different account:

Under “People,” select Switch Person. If you have multiple accounts, tap the Down arrow and select an account. If you don’t want to switch accounts, tap More actions > Skip this step. Select Sign in. Follow the on-screen instructions to log into that other service. To verify that you are signing in to the correct service, check your entire address bar (URL) until you see your regular Gmail login page (as shown below). Once you are signed in to your other Google Account, follow these steps again to switch back to your original account.

*On any device, you can also select your profile photo or account name in the upper right-hand corner of Gmail to sign out of the current account.

If I sign out on one device after signing into another device, do my bookmarks and passwords still sync across all devices?

Yes. Once you sign in to Chrome on a computer or mobile phone using your Google Account, synced data—like bookmarks, passwords, and settings—get sent back to all signed-in browsers. The same is true when you log out. If you have multiple browsers logged in to different Google Accounts or if you’re not signed into Chrome at all, synced data does not get copied until you are signed in to Chrome with your primary Google Account. If you are using Google Sync on your computer, you may need to sign out of Chrome and then back in again before all synced data gets copied.

How to sign out gmail from all devices

If I sign into a different Google Account or disconnect my account from one device, do my passwords still sync across other devices?

No. Your passwords don’t sync between different accounts or browsers if those accounts aren’t connected. For example, if you log in with a different Google Account on one device while signed in with another account on the computer, your passwords won’t automatically sync across them until they are both signed in to the same Google Account. On mobile devices without an “apps” screen for Android, like some phones and tablets, Chrome saves your username and password only if an app has saved that information. For example, Chrome might save your password to a mobile banking app on your device but not to all other apps.

If I sign out of one Google Account from one browser, does it log me out of my account on other browsers?

No. Signing out only logs you out of the specific browser where you’re signed in and synced with that Google Account. If you haven’t logged into or signed out of another computer or mobile phone, signing out doesn’t affect those devices because they don’t have access to this account’s information until you sign in again. However, if the primary Google Account for a current session is already logged into another browser (for example https://www.google.com/chrome/webstore/…), then Chrome will log you out of that browser instead (even if the account is not synced). If you use Google Sync or are signed in to a different account on a computer, signing out from one browser might log you out of all browsers.

If I have multiple accounts, can I choose which one to connect to another device?

Yes. You can control what happens when you sign in to your Google Account on a new device or service. When the prompt appears asking if you want to save this password and sync data like bookmarks and passwords between this device and other devices signed in with your Google Account: *To sign in with the same info that you used on this device before (keeping this profile connected): Click “Sign in.” *To sign in as a different Google Account (disconnecting this profile) : Click “Sign in with a different account.” If an app like Android or Chrome has already saved your password, you’ll be asked to confirm that you want to use this password the next time you visit that site.

Note:

Some apps don’t sync or require separate permission before saving your information. If Chrome is signed into a different Google Account when you sign into another browser on the same device, then Chrome will ask if you want to save your username and password for signing in again. For more details on how passwords are stored across other browsers and mobile devices, see these articles: Windows Safari Mobile

If I’m signed of Chrome, do my passwords still sync?

If you have synced your Chrome data with your Google Account and signed out of the browser, then you are signed out of all browsers using that account. If you log back into a different browser before signing into another Google Account in that browser, Chrome may not detect the change until after you sign into the primary Google Account again. For details on how this works and what happens when multiple people use one computer or mobile device with synced data, see these articles: Windows Mac Safari Mobile Android iOS

How can I tell if Chrome is syncing to my account?

To view which devices are syncing your bookmarks with your Google Account, open Chrome settings by clicking Menu > Settings (or chrome://settings/ on the Omnibox) and check that “Sync is on.” If you see the text next to your account name instead, then syncing is off for this Google Account. To view synced passwords, open Chrome settings by clicking Menu > Settings (or chrome://settings/ on the Omnibox) and look under “Saved passwords” in Passwords & forms or visit Manage passwords. See here for more details

What happens if I sign into a new computer?

If you’re signed into Chrome but not synced with your account, signing into a different browser won’t affect that other browser.

If I sign out of Chrome does it log me out of all my accounts across all devices and browsers? 

No, this isn’t how it works. If you are signed into Chrome, only your Google accounts saved in Chrome will be signed out. That means if Chrome is synced to another browser or device and you sign out of all browsers at once on the same computer, then that other browser connected with your account may also lose its cookies as well. But signing into a different browser won’t affect Chrome (unless they are synced with the same Google Account).

If I sign out of Chrome does it log me out of my Google Account?

No, this isn’t how it works. You’ll instantly sign back in again if you’re logged into any other devices using that account because signing out of one device doesn’t affect others. However, you will have to sign in again if you’re using a shared computer with the same Google Account.

What happens if I sign out of Chrome on one device and then try to log into it from another ? 

If you’re signed into Chrome but not synced, trying to sign in to Chrome from a different device doesn’t affect any other browsers or devices where your account is enabled and the password saved (for more details see this article). This also means that signing out of Chrome on one device won’t delete or reset your password for that account from other computers or mobile devices (again, unless all those devices are synced). In some cases, logging back in may still ask for the previous password. If so, use your old password (not the new one you just set up) and Chrome will give you a prompt to change your password.

What happens if I turn sync off on my account ? Can I re-enable it?

If you disable syncing for an account, all history and bookmarks associated with that account will be deleted from your computer. If you try to enable sync afterward, it may appear as though nothing has happened (see this article for details).

What happens if I log back into another browser before signing into Chrome? 

If you’re signed out of Chrome but synced with another browser or device, logging in to Chrome won’t matter until after you sign in again using that same Google Account. This means it doesn’t matter.

How can I sign out my Gmail account from all devices?

1. On a desktop computer,
2. log in to Gmail
3. Scroll down to the bottom of your inbox.
4. Click the “Detailsbutton right below it. Press the “sign out all other web sessions” button to remotely log out of Gmail from computers in other locations.

How do I log my Gmail out of other devices?

Signing out of Gmail can be done one of two ways – either by clicking on the profile photo or initials (upperright corner), or choosing Sign Out from the bottom menu.

How do I sign out of Gmail on all devices Android?

First, sign in to Gmail on a device you do have. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and select “Details“. A popup will then show you all the places where you are currently logged in; click “Sign out of all other Gmail web sessions” to log out of your friend’s computer.

How can I remove my Google account from other devices?

Click “Security” in the left-hand menu, go down to “Your Devices.” Find your missing device and remove it from under “Account Access.”

How do I log out of all devices?

If you want to sign out of your Google account on all devices, you can just go to your menu and select Sign out.

How do I log out of all Google accounts not?

On your computer, go to www.google.com and sign out from the “Sign Out” on the top right of the screen

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