Manage third-party accounts you've linked with Google

Some third-party apps or services, like social media, music streaming, and online shopping, let you link your Google Account to improve your experience. When you link your Google Account with a third-party account, the third party may send info to Google. The third party may tell you what kind of info they share with Google.

Learn more about data sharing and third-party accounts you've linked with Google.

Important: Third parties are companies or developers that aren’t Google.

Unlink third-party accounts from Google

Step 1: Check the Linked accounts page

  1. Go to the Linked accounts page of your Google Account. You might need to sign in.

  2. Select the third-party account you want to unlink from your Google Account and then Unlink.

    • Before you unlink your account, you’ll have the chance to read the third-party’s privacy policy to learn about the kind of info it shares with Google.

If the third-party account you want to unlink isn’t on this page, continue to step 2.

Step 2: Check Google apps

  1. Go to the Google app where you linked the third-party account with your Google Account. For example, the Google Home app, the Google Assistant app, or the YouTube app.

  2. Select Connected accounts, Linked accounts, or Apps. This may be in the Google app’s Settings section.

  3. Find the third-party account that you want to unlink from your Google Account.

  4. Next to the third-party account you want to unlink, select Remove or Unlink.

If you can’t unlink the third-party account from your Google Account

Important: Some third-party accounts may not allow you to unlink your third-party account from your Google Account.

  1. Go to the third-party account where you linked your Google Account.
  2. Select a section like Apps, Connected accounts, or Linked accounts. This may be in the account’s Settings section.
  3. Follow the instructions from the third party to unlink Google’s access.

Data sharing & third-parties

Learn more about data sharing and third-party accounts you've linked with Google.

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