How do I remotely sign out of Netflix devices?
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(Pocket-lint) – Sharing your Netflix account has been a fairly standard practice for half a decade, with many people logging on to a multitude of devices to let friends and family easily access the streaming service.
But Netflix is finally starting to crack down on account sharing, although before that it was a bit disconcerting not to have a list of all the places your account is connected to.
If you go on vacation and connect to a smart TV, you may forget to disconnect afterwards and have an unknown factor, for example.
Now, thanks to a new setting, you can see all the devices your account is connected to and disconnect from each one. This means that you don’t have to do a general logout which might end up being more annoying than it deserves.
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How to disconnect your Netflix account from a remote device?
The process is simple and efficient.
First, go to the account settings page on any device.
In the “Security and privacy” section, you will see a new option called “Manage access and devices”.
Tap or click it to access a list of all your devices.
There you will find details of the device, the last time your account was used from it, and the location of that use.
Next to each device is a “Disconnect” button that allows you to delete it.
By tapping or clicking on this button, you will log out of the device in question and you will be sure that your account is yours again.
Written by Max Freeman-Mills.