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If you’d like to log out of your Facebook account from all your logged-in devices, you don’t have to log out individually on each device. Facebook offers a single option to sign out from all devices at once, and we’ll show you how to use it.

Log Out of Facebook on All Devices from the Website

If you’re on a Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, use the Facebook site to sign yourself out from all your Facebook logged-in devices.

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To do this, launch a web browser on your computer and open the Facebook site.

On the Facebook site, at the top-right corner, click the down-arrow icon.

From the down-arrow icon menu, select “Settings & Privacy.”

From the expanded “Settings & Privacy” menu, choose “Settings.”

Select "Settings" from the "Settings & Privacy" menu on the Facebook site.

Facebook will take you to your account’s settings page. Here, in the sidebar to the left, click “Security and Login.”

Click "Security and Login" in "Settings" on the Facebook site.

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On the “Security and Login” page that opens, from the “Where You’re Logged In” section, click the “See More” option.

Select "See More" on the "Security and Login" page on the Facebook site.

You’ll see a list of devices where you use your Facebook account. To sign out of all these devices, click “Log Out of All Sessions” at the bottom-right corner of the “Where You’re Logged In” section.

Select "Log Out of All Sessions" on the "Security and Login" page of the Facebook site.

A “Log Out of All Sessions” prompt will appear. Click “Log Out” in the prompt to confirm your choice.

Click "Log Out" in the "Log Out of All Sessions" prompt on the Facebook site.

And Facebook will log you out from all your logged-in devices!

To use your Facebook account on those devices again, you’ll have to enter your Facebook username and password.

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Log Out on All Devices from the Facebook Mobile App

If you use an iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, you can use the official Facebook app to sign out from Facebook on all your devices at once.

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To use this method, launch the Facebook app on your phone.

In the Facebook app, tap the three horizontal lines menu. On an iPhone or iPad, this menu is at the bottom of the app. On an Android phone, you’ll find this menu at the top-right corner of the app.

Open the "Menu" in the Facebook app.

Scroll down the “Menu” screen that opens, and tap “Settings & Privacy.”

Select "Settings & Privacy" from the "Menu" in the Facebook app.

From the “Settings & Privacy” menu options, select “Settings.”

Choose "Settings" from the "Settings & Privacy" menu in the Facebook app.

Scroll down the “Settings” screen to the “Security” section. Here, tap “Security and Login.”

Select "Security and Login" from the "Settings" menu in the Facebook app.

On the “Security and Login” page, next to the “Where You’re Logged In” header, tap “See All.”

Tap "See All" on the "Security and Login" page in the Facebook app.

Facebook will display the list of devices where you use your account. At the bottom of this screen, tap “Log Out of All Sessions.”

Tap "Log Out of All Sessions" in the Facebook app.

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On the “Log Out of All Sessions” page that opens, select “Log Out.”

Select "Log Out" on the "Log Out of All Sessions" page in the Facebook app.

And you’re all set. You’re signed out from whatever device you use your Facebook account on.


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