If you tend to log into your Gmail account on multiple devices, then there are high chances that other people might look on your emails without you even knowing it. Well, today we’re going to teach you how to sign out of Gmail from multiple devices using just a few clicks.
We’re pretty sure that you use to log into your Gmail from work or from internet clubs. At the same time, we’re pretty sure that you don’t always log out of Gmail once you leave your computer and this is a very big mistake, because you never think that some important information can be pulled from your mail account. Everyone who will use that computer after you leave the room will be able to read your mails, reply to them, compose new mails and ruin your life in just a few minutes.
Keep in mind that this also happens when you lose a smartphone, as you remain logged into your Gmail account.
How To Sign Out Of Gmail From Multiple Devices With A Few Clicks
First of all, you will need to access a desktop computer and log into your Gmail account. Once you do that, you will have to scroll down to the bottom of your Inbox and you will see a tiny text saying “Last account activity”. Next to that text, you will see a “Details” button which, once pressed, it will open a new page showing the recent activity of your Gmail account.
At the same time, you will notice a “Sign out all other web sessions” button somewhere at the top of the page. By clicking on that button, you will log out your Gmail account from all the other devices.
However, don’t forget to log out from that computer also, when you leave it!
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