How To Sign Out From Gmail App On All Devices

You may want to switch devices and sign out of Gmail on all of them. That way, neither your privacy nor your Gmail account will fall into the wrong hands.

If you’re still signed in to devices that you’re not utilizing. Unauthorized individuals may get access to it, exposing everything in the process.

Let’s suppose you signed up for your online banking and other private accounts using your Gmail account. Anyone with access to the device you used to access your Gmail account may change your password and do things you can’t conceive.

In this tutorial, I’ll teach you the easiest and most convenient method to sign out of Gmail from anywhere. I’ve included some screenshots below for your convenience and to help you save time.

On your desktop, Sign out of Gmail.

Signing out of your Gmail email account on a desktop computer was a lot simpler than you may believe. It makes no difference whether the operating system is Windows, Macintosh, or Linux. To do so, follow the steps below:

1. At the upper right of your email, click your account image.

2. Now, beneath the Add Account option, select the Sign out button.

3. That’s all; once the page reloads, you’ll be logged out.

After that, I recommend removing your password from your preferred web browser’s passwords list. This is in case someone else uses your computer. If you follow these steps, your Gmail account will be secure. All of the procedures above may be completed on any PC, MAC, or Linux system.

On Android, sign out of Gmail.

You may sign out of Gmail on any Android device using a variety of ways. You may wish to delete your Google account from your Android smartphone or just sign out of Gmail in the app in one of two scenarios.

The Sign out option is missing from the new Gmail client for Android. The Gmail Sign Out option has vanished from the Android app. If you want to delete your account from the Gmail app, you need also delete it from your device. I hope you understand what I’m saying. Nobody knows, but Google is doing it since it is their property.

In addition, this is the only method to log out of Gmail in the app. Don’t worry, I’ll walk you through the process with screenshots to save you time and effort. To exit the Gmail app, follow these steps:

1. On your Android smartphone, open the Gmail app.

2. At the upper right of the screen, tap on your account image.

3. After that, go to Manage accounts on this device and then Google.

4. Select the Gmail account from which you want to log out.

5. On the confirmation screen, tap the Remove option at the bottom, then Remove.

That’s all; you’ve successfully logged out of Gmail on both your Android and Gmail applications. The account will no longer be associated with the Gmail app and will no longer be synchronized with it. Though it is safe to replace your Android smartphone, you must first delete all accessible accounts using the same procedures.

On your iPhone, sign out of Gmail.

The procedure is similar to what we did with the Android phone before. However, I’ll walk you through the procedures to log out of the Gmail app on your iPhone. To do so, follow these steps:

1. On your iPhone, open the Gmail app.

2. In the upper right corner, tap the account picture.

3. Now choose Manage accounts on this device from the drop-down menu (Your iPhone).

4. Right next to the account you want to sign out of, press the Remove from this device option under Manage Account.

5. On the confirmation page, choose Remove.

Each iOS device, such as an iPad or iPod, may be used to carry out the procedures outlined above. All you have to do now is repeat the steps. If you’re using a mobile browser to access your Gmail account, the process is somewhat different.

Using any mobile browser, Sign out of Gmail.

Thousands of people use Chrome, Firefox, Opera Mini, UC Browser, and other mobile browsers to access their Gmail accounts. However, you may want to sign out for any reason at any moment. For this demonstration, I’ll be using Firefox. On a mobile browser, sign out of your Gmail account as follows:

1. Go to gmail.com in your web browser.

2. In the upper left corner, tap the Menu bar.

3. At the top, tap your Gmail address.

4.  Finally, choose Sign out of all accounts from the drop-down menu.

Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to go. Keep this in mind while clearing the browser’s stored passwords. This functionality is available in Chrome and Firefox; I’m not sure about other browsers. Furthermore, logging out follows the same steps as logging in.

How to Take Control of Your Gmail Account

To do so, all you need is a computer with a browser and access to the internet. You may logout remotely from any device, including Android, iOS, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Linux, and Mac, by going to your Google account’s devices area.

This is one of the greatest, and my personal favorite, Google account features. It makes no difference if your gadget is taken; you just leave it someplace else. Especially if you can’t recall where you used your Gmail account. In this scenario, you may simply visit your Google account’s security area and cancel access on that particular device.

Let’s suppose you utilized your Gmail or Google account in a public place, such as a café. You abruptly leave the café, leaving your Gmail account logged in. You recall that you need to go there and log out of Gmail on that particular machine. You don’t have to anymore; just follow the steps below to deactivate access to your Gmail account on that device. Let’s get started with the procedure:

1. On a computer, log into your Gmail account.

2. Manage your Google Account by clicking your account picture at the top.

3. On the left side, click the Security Tab.

4. Scroll down to Manage Devices under the “Your Devices” tab and select it.

5. You’ll now see all of the devices and locations where you’ve signed in.

6. For additional options, just click the three dots icon.

You may choose to Sign out or Don’t recognize this device. It’s now up to you to make a decision.

To sign out, revoke access to your Gmail account.

It doesn’t matter where you’ve signed in; the list of devices will be shown. You do not need to explicitly logout from that device. Simply follow the instructions above to remotely uninstall any device. That is why this is one of my favorite Google account features. This technique is how I manage and sing out all of my gadgets.

Bonus Suggestion:

If you change your Gmail password, you’ll lose access to your Google account on all of your devices. Because it will automatically sign you out of Gmail on all of your devices.

On a Chromebook, how do you sign out of Gmail?

The Sign out option has just vanished, according to reports on the Google and Chromium forums. People, on the other hand, are trapped and unable to sign out of Chromebooks since the button has vanished. There are two (possible) solutions: log out of Gmail on your Chromebook remotely or deactivate the flags. Don’t worry, I’ll teach you how to sign out of Gmail on your Chromebook even if the sign out button has vanished.

The majority of folks are saying it’s a problem that will be fixed shortly. I don’t believe it is, and if it is, do you honestly believe they are unaware of it? Isn’t it strange? They’ll fix it because they have to, since people are beginning to dislike Chrome OS. They are concerned about their logged-in account, which is understandable.

However, as far as I’m aware, it’s not a bug; they’re just trying out various things and seeing how people respond. Anyway, I’m afraid I won’t be able to go much more into it here. Let us now go on to the process for repairing it.

1. Launch Chrome.

2. Type “chrome:/flags/#-chromeos-account-manager” into the search bar, or just open “chrome:/flags.”

3. Now deactivate the flags and restart the device.

4. Give the following alternatives a go since they worked for a lot of individuals. This is not anything I’m saying; it’s stated on the official Google Chromebook Support website.

As I previously said, there are two ways you may use to log out of Gmail on a Chromebook. The first way is described above, as is the second method for remotely logging out of a Gmail account on a Chromebook. I didn’t test it, but I figured I’d give it a go and end the previous session (do it on your own).

1. Open your Gmail account on a different computer.

2. Select Manage your Google Account from the account picture at the top of the page.

3. Now, on the left, choose Security and look for your device.

3. Locate the ChromeOS or Chromebook on the Your Devices tab, then click the three dots in the upper right corner.

4. Finally, click Signout, and the issue should be resolved.

Conclusion

That’s all I’ve got for today’s men; I’ve just showed you nearly every way to sign out of your Gmail account. I hope that you have understood everything.