Whether it’s to stop a free-loading ex-boyfriend from hogging your Spotify, or because you suspect you may have left your Spotify logged in in computing class, and don’t want your schoolmates seeing what you’ve been listening to, we’re here to help.
To learn how to log out of all devices on Spotify, simply follow our step-by-step tutorial below. For all other questions, or if you’d like some additional information on the subject, please direct your attention to our FAQ section at the end of this article.
Note: You can only log all devices out of your Spotify from the Spotify website, best accessed through a computer (desktop or laptop)
Table of Contents
- Frequently asked questions
How to log out of all devices on Spotify (desktop)
- Open up the desktop app version of Spotify and log into your account, if prompted
- Click your Profile name/image in the top-right of the Homepage, and from the drop-down menu select ‘Account’
- You will be redirected to the Spotify website via your computer’s default web browser, to proceed, click ‘Log in’
- Now, from the ‘Account overview’ page, scroll right down to the bottom until you locate the section entitled ‘Sign out everywhere’
- Lastly, click the SIGN OUT EVERYWHERE button and you will have successfully logged all connected devices out of your Spotify account
- You can now go and log back into your Spotify account on whichever devices you wish to, using your unique Spotify credentials (ID and password)
- WARNING: The button on step 5 does not ask for confirmation, pressing it will immediately log you out of all devices, so be sure you know your username and password in preparation for logging back in!
And there you have it! It’s a super simple process and can help in all manner of situations. For any additional information, or if you’re still left with questions, please direct your attention to our FAQs below.
Frequently asked questions
Why would I want to log out of all devices on Spotify?
There are plenty of reasons as to why you might want to log out all devices from your Spotify, but the most obvious one is that you either suspect or know that someone who shouldn’t be using your Spotify is.
This could happen because an old friend, an ex, or even a sibling has access to your Spotify account and their using it affects your experience. Could also be that your device has been stolen and you want to block whoever stole it from accessing sensitive information on Spotify. Of course, it’s equally possible you just left yourself logged in to Spotify at school or in someone else’s house, and you wish to log out remotely.
Whatever your reason for wanting to log all devices out of your Spotify, the process is super simple. Just follow our tutorial above to learn how.
Any device from which you have ever signed in to your Spotify account is technically linked to your account, and may also be logged in, provided no one has ever logged out. As such, an untold number of devices may be linked to your Spotify account, and unfortunately, it’s not particularly easy to know exactly how many, or who they belong to.
What devices can log back into my Spotify after I’ve logged them out?
You can log back into Spotify immediately after logging all devices out, and you can do so on any of those previously-linked devices, as well as any new device you wish. The only thing you need is to know your password.
How long does the logging out take until it is complete?
Spotify states that the process of logging out all devices may take up to an hour to complete.