I probably thought that was a good idea since it would not need to load a new copy of it each time I accessed that site. In general, what happens is, when I've been offline for a while and decide to get back on, I sometimes find that gmail logged me out of my account, so that I need to reenter my username and password. Heck, I remember there were actually some kind of rumours of money changing hands in the really early first few weeks when we early folks had only five or ten invites each to pass out. Staying logged in to Gmail by accident can open a huge number of issues for you. It must be that Google had hidden the Sign Out button in the drop-down at some point in the past whenever I had also moved that cookie over to the right in cCleaner to save it. More privacy lawsuits will be in the news soon and then maybe they'll change it back after it costs them money.
Note that if you use multiple accounts, that dropdown will show a list of your accounts. In Internet Explorer 8 that I use, if I hovered on that yellow bar it gave me an option to learn how to always allow it to download this file. Google also offers Guest Mode which prevents browsing information being saved. But it's a strange problem and none still able to say why it doesn't work in some computers. If you go to Gmail and scroll all the way to the bottom, you will see Last account activity: x minutes ago and a link called Details. It must be allowing for some stat to show an uptick in user time-in-account that can translate to better looking reports, or something, for raising revenue in some way.
But apparently, it was storing some version of the cookie that had made the Sign Out button go into that drop-down. I am not so worried about the sign out thing since I never sign out of Gmail. Though the url might be a better solution rather than going to basic html for sign out, but still it's very annoying. If you want to log out of a certain account on your phone, it will generally be disassociated with all of those apps at once. The first time it will probably pop some little warning box in a yellow field at the top of your browser window. You can add additional accounts through the Gmail app. There's no explanation for it; it's like it just up and decides that I need to be logged out and need to reenter my username and password, regardless of what I happen to be doing in gmail at the moment.
I realize deleting the account just deletes it from outlook, but it also means I have to go through the process of adding it again if I want to use the Mail app. So instead of having to type in your password again and again, you just need to enter the code. I am not sure that I would want to download and use Firefox in order to bring back the signout button. Just follow the steps given below and also refer our 1 Minute Tutorial Video embedded below. On Public Computers, Consider Using Private Browsing Pretty much every modern browser offers a private browsing mode. If you click the Sign out all other sessions button, only you will be able to access your Gmail account again. I don't know about everyone else, but all the formatting on my google, gmail etc is messed up now.
This article will show you how to sign out from Gmail account. The official Mail app was first introduced with Windows 8 and the same has been dramatically improved in Windows 10 with new features and options. The next best option is to use one of the private browsing modes that all browsers now have. And doing the whole clearing of the browser's memory will of course mean that I'm logged off any other webpage I'm possibly logged into. Now you don't need to worry about the security of your email account. Very very poor show chaps.
Clearing All Personal Data If you are planning to sell your phone, trade it in or give it away, you may want to clear your personal data from the phone so that nobody else can access it once it's no longer in your hands. I'm going to start giving serious thought to the conspiracy theory that was floating around in February that it is an attempt to keep us on the charts, so to speak, a bit longer for some marketing purpose. Its successor Chrome 70 offers an option to disable this feature. I wasted half an hour of my life trying to figure out how to sign out of my email. I hope it may be insightful for the users who have posted in this thread.
The same screen for logging out of web sessions is also useful for seeing from where your account has been accessed recently, including the to your Gmail. I use Google because it is quick and intuitive. The following thread seems the one with the most member participation, if you'd care to take a look. I do know, from reading other message boards, that signing into another Google product would cause gmail to log out. Betting the next cookie you get from Gmail will reverse it - any takers? I use a lot of Google products like Gmail, YouTube, Google Docs, Google Calendar, etc. If I was I would probably just always run Gmail in basic mode.
H you are just a pain in the neck and talk about wasting time to sign out is idiotic. Using Multiple Gmail Accounts You aren't limited to using just one Gmail login on your Android phone. Why would you put all these extra unneeded steps? Just enable multiple sign in in account settings, sign in to your three accounts, and you can easily switch between them. Step 6: Click or tap Delete button when you see the following confirmation dialog to sign out of the account and remove the email account from the Mail app as well as your device. The official Mail in Windows 10 is definitely one of the better email apps out there for Windows operating system. This gives you more assurance that when you exit the window, your session is no longer accessible from that machine.
Why not just have the ability to sign out of that email account. I will be reporting your replies to Brett and his team so that your opinions are delivered to the team who is developing this feature. The Allow Chrome Sign-in option can be found here. Then scroll down to the bottom of Settings and select Advanced. And tune up those spam filters so we don't get all of this junk in our spam folder about bigger penis and viagra. And why the hell would Windows have such an crap app that you cannot sign out of your email account when you leave the computer! Sure, I could do that at home and just let the screensaver block it out and require me to enter my Windows user password to re-enter when I came back, but come on! Since have firefox set to clear cookies at end of session, it only happens when I sign out of gmail and sign back into another account.
How do I use Guest Mode? Also, change your account password to something really strong. Your Google account is also associated with other features on the phone, such as cloud backup facilities and Google apps like Google Maps, Google Drive and YouTube. Yes, Google, if I do my multiple sign-in and then leave my computer sitting with me logged in. Your Gmail account is home to more than just emails. The times when it's abruptly logged me out of gmail while I've been in the middle of something don't happen often, but, when they do, they appear to be completely random: I don't log into any other Google services aside from the two I've mentioned , nor do I log out of either of them. And I agree, go to the Suggestion page and make the suggestion, that's possibly something Google might see. But, once again, after I sign out and then either sign in to that same gMail account or into one of my other 2 gMail accounts, the Sign Out button is gone until I wipe out the Google cookies again.