It is important to protect your online privacy in the digital age. With a few simple steps, you can find all accounts linked to your email address.
Many of us have logged in to many websites through our email, but we may not remember where we have logged in using our email, it can be a threat to our security and privacy. In this article, we will know where we have logged in using our email And deselect the ones you don’t want linked.
- 1. Find accounts linked to your email
- Outlook users follow the steps given below
- To find linked accounts, you can also check your browser
- Find accounts linked to Yahoo
- 2. Find all accounts linked to your social media
1. Find accounts linked to your email
The methods for finding the accounts associated with your email may differ depending on the email platform you use. Here, we will discuss the two most popular ones – Gmail and Outlook.
To find all linked accounts, Gmail users need to complete the following steps:
- Go to your Google Account
- Click Manage your Google Account
- On the left menu, choose Security
- Scroll down until you come across Third-party apps with account access and Click Manage Third-Party Access.
On the left menu, choose Security
Scroll down until you come across Third-party apps with account access and Click Manage Third-Party Access.
Now you can remove access
Outlook users follow the steps given below
- Choose your Account icon at the top right
- Choose Settings & Privacy and then Settings
- Click on Apps
- On the left menu, Click Apps and Websites
- To revoke access, tick the box next to your click app and click Remove
To find linked accounts, you can also check your browser
- Choose Customize and control Google Chrome at the top-right corner
- Go to Settings
- Click on Auto-fill
- Click on Passwords
Find accounts linked to Yahoo
- Choose on your profile icon to go to your account information
- Click Manage App and Website Connections
- This shows you all your recent app activity, from here you can remove permissions
- To revoke access, click Remove next to the app
2. Find all accounts linked to your social media
Some popular social media accounts are now being linked to each other, but it’s still strange to think that these social media platforms can be used for verification when you’re trying to sign up for apps and services. Facebook, Linkedin and all the other major social platforms have a never-ending list of applications integrated with them. Let’s talk about how to remove an application from your account.
All accounts that are linked to your social media can be found by using the steps below.
Find Social Account Sign-Ins With Facebook
- Go to Settings
- Go to Apps And Website
- Now you’ll see all applications currently linked to Facebook
- To remove access, click the app icon and click Remove
Find Account Sign-Ins With Twitter
- On the top left menu, choose More
- Click on Settings and privacy
- In the third column, click Apps and Sessions
- Review all the apps linked to your Twitter account
Find Social Account Sign-Ins With Linkden
- On the top right, click Me icon
- Choose Settings & Privacy
- In the top menu, select Account > Partners and services
- Review the list of all third-party services
- To remove access, click Remove
Find Social Account Sign-Ins With Instgram
- Click your profile icon at the top right
- Go to Settings
- Go to Security
- Go to Apps and website
- Now you can see All your linked Apps and website