How to logout/sign out gmail account from all devices?

👤 Diwas Poudel    🕒 Nov 8 2021    📁 Fix    📜 0 comment

There might be a situation like you have logged in to your Gmail account from your friend's computer or any other unfamiliar location and forgot to log out. This could occur multiple times in various locations. There may also be instances where you have misplaced your phone and your Gmail account is still active on that device. And your Gmail account contains a lot of personal information, which must be protected by logging out of all devices. Ourtechroom will demonstrate how to log out or sign out of your Gmail account from all devices so Lets get started

There are various ways of achieving this. Let's look at them one by one.

Method 1:

1) By using "Where you sign in the feature" Gmail Feature

Using Computer:

The steps are as follows:

1 Open your Gmail account from where you want to clear all logged-in sessions.

2 Click on your photo located in the top right corner.

3 Click on "Manage your Google Account".

Click on "Manage your account"


4 Under Left Pane, click on "Security".
Click on the Security tab


5 Scroll down, then under Your devices section, you will find all active signed in to your Google account. Click on "Manage devices" under Your devices.

Click on Manage devices


6 You will get all devices that have used Gmail account.

All devices where your Gmail is logged in currently


The first one is your current login devices. In my case, it is Windows Laptop
The other 4 devices are other unknown devices. You can log out from those devices one by one.

7  Click on any pane, except the first one. Then click on the "Sign out" button.

Here, you can clearly see that this Gmail account is the first login into this unknown device in Feb:22. By clicking on the IP address, you will get the exact location where this Gmail account is logged in.

Click on the Sign out button


8  Next click on "Signout"

9. Next, click on "Ok"

That's it.

You can also get your few active login histories of Gmail, so that you may know from where your Gmail is accessed so that you can change it later.

1  Open your Gmail home screen.

2  Scroll down to the bottom and click on Details.

3  Popup will appear. There you will get all devices, their location of use, IP address, Data/Time, types of devices(browser, mobile, pop3, etc)
 where your Gmail is logged in. It only provides a few login histories.


When you click on Show details, it will show details of the system.

4  Click on Security Checkup

Note that this will work perfectly for PC, Mac, and Linux because here we are using web Gmail and this is identical on all the computers.

When you click on Details, you'll see a button that says "Sign out all other web sessions." And clicking on it will clear the session from all devices. But there is no such button anymore, and we must do everything one by one.

Method 2

Gmail Logout all devices using Change Password

If you notice any strange login attempts in your Gmail account, you should reset your password. It will log out of all currently connected devices. This will require all devices to enter a new password before using Gmail with the same Gmail account. Furthermore, if a hacker is already logged in and travels to any other page of Gmail or conducts any activity on Gmail, he will not be authorized and will be forced to provide a new password. As a result, this is one of the most straightforward and safe methods for logging out of Gmail from all devices.


1 Signed in to your Gmail account.

2 Click on your profile icon at the top right corner.

3 Click on "Manage your account"


4 On the left pane click on "Security"

5 Click on the Password


6 Enter your current password and click Next


7 In the next screen may ask you to enter a new password and confirm the password.


Use a strong password, which helps you to keep your Gmail files and content safe, and prevent anyone from getting into your account.

8 Click Change Password button

That's it.

Note that if you make changes to the security section, Gmail will always notify you. When you make changes in "Manage Devices," Google prompts you to review recent security activities. If you discover anything suspicious, you can instantly secure your account by changing the password.

Thank god, now you are safe :)

Also Read: How to configure Gmail in outlook?

Using SmartPhone to logout Gmail from all device

Before you remove an account in your smartphone all the google apps you have signed with Gmail will get signout automatically like Google Maps, Youtube, calendar, drive, google assistant, etc.

Many individuals are concerned, asking, "Does this delete the account?" and the answer is an absolute no. Furthermore, your search history, navigation, documents, images, and so on will not be destroyed. You may easily retrieve them if you log on to your computer with the same Gmail account. Personally, I prefer this if I am not going to erase personal information from the device before selling it to someone else so that they will not be able to access my personal information.

Note that: This procedure is similar to what you have done on your computer. Here for demonstration, I am using Android Phone. Similar will be applied for iOS as well

1. Open Gmail Apps.

2. Then click on Profile Picture located in the top right corner.

3. Manage Account

4. Go to the security tab.  

5. Under Security, Select " Manage Device".This will provide you with a list of google account logged in your smartphone.

6. Identify the devices, then click on 3 dots, click on "Sign out" in the popup if you just want to remove the account from the device but allow third-party apps to access a Google account on your device. Click on Ok.

Otherwise, follow different approaches, after step 5 ie. Click on 3 dots,  click on Don't recognize this device? then it requests you to change the password. Just change it that's it. Now this Gmail account will automatically log out in all the devices where this Gmail is previously logged In.

Sign out from all devices by enabling two-factor authentication and remove all trusted devices.

I generally suggest you first enable 2-factor authentication and then remove all trusted devices.


Some of the best practices you can apply before Gmail in unknown places

  • Login Gmail only in private mode like google chrome Incognito mode
  • Enable two-factor authentication.
  • Log out all Gmail sessions after you have done your work.
  • Use auto log-off browser extension.


If you logged in to multiple devices and forget to sign out from them then without wasting any time just sign out from all devices with above mention steps.