See devices with account access

You can see computers, phones, and other devices where you are or were signed in to your Google Account recently. You can check google.com/devices to make sure no one else has signed in to your account.

Review devices

  1. Go to your Google Account.
  2. On the left navigation panel, select Security .
  3. On the Your devices panel, select Manage all devices.
  4. You'll see devices where you’re currently signed in to your Google Account or have been in the last few weeks. For more details, select a device or a session.
  5. Devices or sessions where you’re signed out will have a “Signed out” indication.
  6. If multiple sessions appear for the same device type, they might all be on one device or multiple devices. Review their details, and if you’re not sure all the sessions are from your devices, sign out on them.

What is a session?

In some cases, you might see sessions instead of individual devices. A session is a period of time during which you’re signed in to our Google Account from a browser, app, or service on the device. It’s normal to have multiple sessions on the same device. 

A separate session can be created on the device:

  • When you sign in on a new device
  • When you re-enter your password to verify it’s you
  • When you sign in on a new browser, app, or service
  • When you grant an app access to your account data
  • When you sign in on an incognito or private browser window

For your security, the page will display each session, to allow you to review its details and sign out of it if you’re not sure it’s yours.

What the time shown means

The times listed on the page represent the last time there was communication between the device or session and Google’s systems, at each location.

This communication can include:

  • User actions, like when you use Google Account or Google apps
  • Automatic syncing that happens in the background between a service and Google

Therefore, you might see a time which is more recent than when you last used the device.

Sign out on a device you no longer use

To help keep your account secure, sign out on devices that:

  • Are lost or you no longer own
  • Don't belong to you

Important: If you don’t recognize a device or there’s unfamiliar activity on your account, follow the steps to secure your account.

  1. Go to your Google Account.
  2. On the left navigation panel, select Security.
  3. On the Your devices panel, select Manage all devices.
  4. Select the device and then Sign out.
  5. If multiple sessions appear with the same device name, they could all come from the same device or multiple devices. If you want to make sure there’s no account access from a device, sign out of all the sessions with this device name.

Secure your account if you see an unfamiliar device

  1. Go to your Google Account.
  2. On the left navigation panel, select Security.
  3. On the Your devices panel, select Manage all devices.

You can look for these signs that someone else is using your account:

  • You don't recognize a device. You might not recognize activity that was actually you if:
    • You started using a new device.
    • You used someone else's device or a public computer, like at a library. Learn how to sign out on a public device you're no longer near.
    • You recently reset your device to factory settings. The device could still show up.
  • You weren't in a location at the time listed. You might not recognize a location where you actually were if:
  • You don't remember using your account at a certain date and time. You might not recognize a certain date and time if you have apps that connect to your Google Account, like Gmail or Calendar, because the times could be more recent than you remember.
  • You see a different browser (like Chrome or Safari) than the one you normally use.

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