How to Log Out of a Single Google (Gmail) Account?

Many individuals have numerous Google accounts, which they use for Gmail and other things. Google makes it extremely tough to sign out of only one account at a time. If you know where to search, it is feasible.

When you’re signed into several Google accounts, the only choice in the accounts menu is “Sign Out of All Accounts,” which is quite inconvenient. Why should you only be allowed to sign out of all or none of your accounts? We’ll demonstrate how to accomplish it.

This procedure is the same for desktop and mobile browsers while using Go to the website and click on the profile icon in the upper-right corner.
Click "Manage Your Google Account."
Make sure you’re signed in with the account you wish to deactivate, then click “Manage Your Google Account.”
Select "Manage Devices."
Next, navigate to the account settings’ “Security” section and select “Manage Devices” under “Your Devices.”
Now click the three-dot icon for the device you want to sign out from and select “Sign Out.” You’ll notice there’s no three-dot icon for the device you’re currently using.
Confirm "Sign Out."
Confirm your want to “Sign Out.”

That’s all! As you can see, this is not a great solution. Essentially, you must constantly be signed into your account on one of your devices. One workaround is to check in to the account in incognito mode on a different device. It’s an odd approach, but it works if you want to avoid signing out of many accounts at once.


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