March 16, 2017
There are numerous circumstances in which your Gmail account could be unintentionally presented to prying eyes, particularly in the event that you get to your inbox from various gadgets throughout the day. Regardless of whether it’s a lost telephone, portable workstation or tablet; or you needed to obtain a portable PC in a surge and neglected to log out; or when you have to permit somebody to utilize your principle PC where you keep your session dynamic while you are away.
Gmail has a remote log out element that is very convenient in these circumstances, permitting you to end every dynamic session from any PC or cell phone. Some of you won’t not be acquainted with it, but rather it sits in that spot at the base of your inbox and is only a solitary snap away.
Logout My Gmail Account From Other Device in 2 Clicks?
- Log into Gmail from any web browser
- Scroll to the bottom of your inbox and just below the last of your received email, to the right, is a section detailing your “Last account activity” alongside a link for more “Details“.
- Press the “sign out all other web sessions” button to remotely log out of Gmail from computers in other locations. You can also view a list of devices that have signed into your Gmail account recently underneath this button.
- Once you click on ‘sign out all other web sessions’ you will get Successfully signed out all other sessions window.
Note: Users can log in again if they know your password or have it saved on their computer. If you are concerned about someone using your account without your permission, please change your password.
If you just need to make sure you’re logged out everywhere, a single click will do the trick.
Best Luck J