Manage third-party sites or apps you've linked with Google

Some third-party 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 site or app, that service may send information to Google. Third-party services may tell you what kind of information they share with Google.

Note: Third-party services are created by companies or developers that aren’t Google.

How Google uses data from linked third-party services

Google may access your account on the third-party service to:

Unlink third-party services from Google

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

Note: Some third-party services may not provide an option for unlinking your account from Google.

If you linked your Google Account using a Google service

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 site or app you want to unlink from your Google Account and then Unlink.
    • If the third-party site or app you want to unlink isn’t on this page, continue to step 2.

Step 2: Check Google services

  1. Go to the Google service where you linked the third-party site or app with your Google Account. For example, YouTube or the Google Assistant app.
  2. Select Connected accounts, Linked accounts, or Services. This may be in the Google service’s Settings section.
  3. Find the site or app that you want to unlink from your Google Account.
  4. Next to the app you want to unlink, select Remove or Unlink.
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