There are lots of reasons you might want to log out of your Amazon account. You probably want to switch to another account and you have a hard time working out the interface. This happens if you switch from the Amazon app to the website or vice versa.
Another reason you may want to know how to log out of Amazon might be to disconnect all devices connected to your account. This can prove very useful for a user who owns an Amazon Prime account.
Whatever reason you have, we can assure you the best guide is here.
How To Log Out Of Amazon on Desktop
- Navigate to the homepage of your Amazon account.
- Move to the “Account and List” drop-down menu, you will see a dropdown menu that contains all the links to the different functionalities of your account. Since we want to log out and do nothing else, we will look for Sign out. This can be found at the end towards the right.
- Click on the Sign Out option and you have successfully signed out of your Amazon account on the website. If you followed the two steps correctly, you should be redirected to the login page. This looks similar to the snapshot below. From here, you can proceed to sign in again anytime you want.
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How To Logout of Amazon Mobile App?
- Open the Amazon application on Android or iPhone. You should note that the user interface for the two is pretty much the same.
- You should look for the hamburger menu as seen in the screenshot below.
- Scroll down to the end of the page. You should see settings at the end of the page.
- Click on settings and this will immediately show the screenshot found below. The next thing you have to do is click on Sign out. Amazon would want to confirm if you are trying to switch accounts by asking the questions before the term Sign out.
- If you followed the steps correctly, you should get a prompt asking you if you truly want to log out of your account. You should click Sign out if you intend to see it through or cancel if you want to go back.
- Then, your log-out is in progress as below.
How do I sign out of all devices on Amazon?
To sign out of your Amazon account on all devices, youâ€™ll need to deregister the devices in question through the Amazon website or mobile app.
The steps below would guide you properly:
- Proceed to the Manage your content and devices page on Amazon by clicking here. The link simplifies the process for you as it automatically directs you to the screen where you see the devices that are connected to your account.
- From here, you can disconnect your account from the devices where you are logged in. Click on Deregister for any device you want to remove
- A confirmation message from Amazon would appear on the screen. Read through then proceed by clicking “Deregister“
And that is how you log-out of all devices on Amazon.
Would I Be Logged Out if I change my Amazon password?
When you change your password, you’ll have the choice of logging out of all the devices connected to your Amazon account. With your updated login information, you will need to sign in to these devices once more.
How to change my Amazon password?
You may have worries that someone has access to your account. This can happen if you discover there are other devices connected to your account that you do not even know of.
You can solve this breach by following the steps below to change your password to a stronger one.
- Find where there is your name on the navigation bar and hover over it. This usually looks like Hello, User with the user being your name.
- Look for Account and click on it. Typically, this should be the first option under Your Account.
- You should see a screen like the one below. From there, click Login & security.
- You will see a prompt where you have to provide your login details for verification purposes. Enter your current password and proceed.
- From here, you can then change the password to your account. This will log you out on all other connected devices as the login details have changed.