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Google Recently Used Devices-How to Permanently Remove

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by fionab2233, Nov 6, 2018.

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  1. fionab2233

    fionab2233 Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    I recently stopped using my google account on a certain device, but it is still showing in the recently used devices. I removed my account from that device, but that was not what I needed to do. I do not think that there is suspicious activity on the device, but I share other devices that have that account with other people. I need to completely remove my account having ever logged on that device from my recently used devices list. I urgently need to get this off of my account; can someone help me or direct me to someone who would know please?
    Thank you!
     
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    Does it show that it's more recent or the same time frame from when you last seen it.
     
  3. Paksiw

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    Log in to your google account and underneath on the bottom-right corner there is a Last account activity: ## hours ago just click on details under it and then click on sing out all other gmail web sessions it automatically logout everything.
     
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