- Open your Google Account. You might need to sign in. choose Security.
- Scroll down to “Signing in to other sites” and choose Signing in with Google.
- Choose the site or app you want to remove. Remove Access.
Remove Gmail Account From All Other Registered Website and Apps
Remove sites from accessing your gmail account
Look for information on canceling accounts on the website’s support site. You may also want to see what information the company saves and how you can ask it to delete it. Contact the website’s customer service and request that your account be deleted.
To delete Google services you’re no longer interested in, such as Gmail or YouTube, log in to your Google Account. You can also remove your entire account and all of your data, including emails and photographs.
Open the Settings app on your phone. Select Accounts from the menu. If you don’t see “Accounts,” look for Users & accounts instead. Delete the account.
Your Gmail account will be locked out if someone gets access to it. They can modify your password and force you to be locked out if they get access to it. If you use a smartphone app or an email client that isn’t able to handle two-step verification, for example, you can ask for multiple passwords for each device on which you use Gmail.
You are the only one who can tell how many accounts you’ve set up using your phone number. Google is unable to do so under any circumstances. If you want to view all of your email addresses linked to your Google account, go to https://myaccount.google.com/email/.
Open the Chrome app on your Android phone or tablet. Go to a website. Tap Lock in the left column next to the address bar. Permissions. Select which permission you wish to modify and then tap Update per below it. To change a setting, go to that option. To reset permissions, tap Reset permissions from the menu above this area.