Sign in or out of Chrome

When you sign in to Chrome, your info is saved to your Google Account so you can get it whenever you need it.

What happens when you're signed in

  • You can see and update your synced info on all your devices, like bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings.
  • If you change devices (like if you lost your phone or got a new laptop), you'll get all your info back.
  • You'll sign in automatically to Gmail, YouTube, Search, and other Google services.
  • Your experience in other Google products is personalized by including your Chrome history with your Web & App Activity.

Signing in to the Chrome app is different from signing in to a website.

Note: Only sign in to Chrome with devices you trust. If you're using a public computer, use guest mode instead of signing in.

Sign in to Chrome

To sign in to Chrome, you'll need a Google Account.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. In the top right, click the name or People People.
  3. Click Sign in to Chrome.
  4. Sign in with your Google Account.

If you want to sign in to Chrome with more than one account or you share your computer with others, learn how to add a profile in Chrome.

To sign in on a Chromebook, learn about turning on account sync.

Sign out of Chrome

After signing out, you can still see your bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings. But if you make any changes, they won't be saved to your Google Account and synced to your other devices.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the top, under "People," click Sign out.
  4. Confirm by clicking Sign out.

To sign out of a Chromebook, learn about signing out and turning it off.

Sign out remotely

You can remove your account from a device, even if you don't have it with you.

To sign out of any device, go to this list of your recently used devices. Select a device, and remove your account access.

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