How to Log Out All Devices in Twitter

Twitter Logo

Are you concerned someone may have access to your Twitter account? Do you know what devices are logged in? What if you moving to a new device; have you logged out of Twitter on the old device?

Your smart device keeps you logged in to such apps as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Messenger, Microsoft and others. Each app has a feature to log out all devices. We want to explore logging out all devices for Twitter. Just follow these steps.

This is for iPhone or iPad and Twitter

Your Profile Screen

  • Tap your profile photo or swipe left to right. You will see the following image:
Twitter Log Out Profile
Twitter Log Out Profile screenshot

Your Settings Screen

  • Tap on Settings and privacy. You will see the following screen:
Twitter Log Out Settings
Twitter Log Out Settings screenshot

Your Account Screen

  • Tap on Account. Following is a screenshot:
Twitter Log Out Account
Twitter Log Out Account screenshot

Your Sessions Screen

  • Tap on Apps and sessions. You will see the following screen:
Twitter Log Out Devices
Twitter Log Out Devices screenshot

Your Log Out Screen

  • Your devices that have access to your account is displayed. Tap on Log out all other sessions. You will see the following screen:
Twitter Log Out All Sessions
Twitter Log Out All Sessions screenshot
  • Tap Log out

That’s it. You are done. You now will have to log back in to use Twitter.

Your Two Factor Authentication Screen

To make your Twitter account more secure, you may want to setup Two-factor authentication. This is on the third screen in this post, under the Account option. Just tap on Security and you will see the following screen:

Twitter Log Out Two-Factor Authentication
Twitter Log Out Two-Factor Authentication screenshot
  • Select Two-factor authentication, choose one of three options displayed on your screen and follow its directions.

I recommend setting up Two-factor authentication whenever the option is available.

I Would Like to Hear from You

Please feel free to leave a comment. I would love hearing from you. Do you have a computer tech question? I will do my best to answer your inquiry. Please mention the app and version that you are using. To help me out, you can send screenshots of your data related to your question.

Author: Raymond

I am Raymond Oglesby, an Information Technology (IT) specialist with 30 years in the field. I have taught Microsoft Applications and troubleshot computers in 15 countries and many States. My career was focused on mainframes and desktops from application development to implementation. I have written hundreds of programs for various architectures. I decided to start a blog to share my knowledge and experiences with you. I plan on updating this blog at least twice a week about smart phone apps to Windows. Please feel free to leave a Comment or Tweet. I would love to hear from you. Do you have a computer tech question? I will do my best to answer your inquiry. Please mention the app and version that you are using. To help me out, you can send screenshots of your data related to your question.

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