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- November 25, 2019 at 11:40 am #81088Participant@shaharyar
It could happen to any of us, you might have logged in to your Facebook account from a friend’s computer or mobile device, and you may have forgotten to logout of that device. Or maybe that person ends up having your password somehow. That would definitely be a source of panic to you! But luckily Facebook has your back covered regarding this issue.
Facebook tracks all the devices you’re logged in on so you can end all the sessions you don’t recognize/approve. This tracking is very precise and captures every detail including location, the device or browser used, and the last accessed date and time for every active login session. Using this information it is easy to end all unnecessary sessions.
The steps for accessing this information are straightforward.
Open a web browser, log into your Facebook account and go to the Facebook account settings page. Then click on the “Security and Login” link on the left side of the browser window.
When the security page opens you will see a drop down menu called “Where You’re Logged In”. That menu contains all the details you need.
At the bottom, there is an option to log out of all sessions.
You can also end each session individually by clicking the three dots on the right side of each session which will open a smaller menu with the option to log out that specific session.
You can close your browser after you have ended all the unknown sessions. It is very easy to track the activity on your account using this feature and it helps you ensure you’re not logged in where you don’t want to be.
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