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I use multiple computers throughout the workday and am always using Gmail. Sometimes, when I am in a hurry, I jump up from the computer and forget to log out of my Gmail. Usually I can just head back to the workstation to log myself out, […]

I use multiple computers throughout the workday and am always using Gmail. Sometimes, when I am in a hurry, I jump up from the computer and forget to log out of my Gmail. Usually I can just head back to the workstation to log myself out, but occasionally I’ll only remember hours later and am no where near the workstation. Luckily, Gmail has a “remote log out” feature so you can log out of all your active Gmail sessions from any computer or mobile phone that supports JavaScript and has access to the Internet.

  1. Log into Gmail in any web browser
  2. Click the “Details” button. It is located next to “Last Account Activity” below your Inbox (below your current mailbox usage info).
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  4. A pop up window will come up. Click the “Sign out of all other sessions” button.

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  2. Thanks for the tip!

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  4. thanks, i was looking for this advice :)

  5. Wow excellent tip. Thank you.

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    Few! I really needed to find this feature. There are somethings that others just dont need to know and having access to my gmail would cause some serious problems.

    Great post. Thanks

  8. I tried it but it didn’t work, do have a clue on what could be happening?

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