The good thing about Facebook is that it is constantly evolving and it is making things for its users extremely easy.
One of the most amazing feature that they currently have is you can check out which devices have your account running and log out your account from all the devices that you have used the account on.
How can you do that?
Below, we are going to list down some things that you can do to log out of your Facebook account from all your devices at once.
The first thing that you need to do in order to check out if someone else is using your Facebook account is to open Facebook.com on a browser.
The second thing that you need to do is click the down-arrow button that is present on the top right corner of your screen once you open Facebook.com.
The third thing that you need to do from the down-arrow icon menu is select “Settings & Privacy”.
The fourth thing that you would have to do is to choose “Settings” once the “Settings & Privacy” have expanded.
The fifth thing that you would have to do is click “Security and Login” once you reach the account’s setting page. You will find this in the sidebar to the left.
The sixth thing that you would have to do on the “Security and Login” page is check the “Where You’re Logged In” section. This will help you see a list of devices where your Facebook Account is currently being used.
Note: If you find any device that you do not own, remove that right away and change your password.
The last thing that you would have to do is hit the “Log Out Of All Sessions” button that is present on the bottom of the screen. Doing that will simply remove all the devices that are recognized by Facebook.
After doing this, you want to change your password.
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